Industrial blue lasers are a type of semiconductor laser. They are light sources with a wavelength of about 450 nm and an output spectrum in the blue band. So what are its applications?

When it comes to welding, blue light lasers increase welding speeds, which directly translates into faster production efficiency, as well as minimizing production downtime; consistency in welding quality can greatly improve production yields; high quality without spatter and pores Weld seams, as well as unique advantages such as higher mechanical strength and lower resistivity broaden the process range. In addition, blue lasers can also perform thermally conductive welding modes, which are not possible with near-infrared lasers.

In terms of engraving, blue light lasers use the principle of laser focusing to focus limited laser energy on a small enough point, quickly heat up the surface of the material through high-energy light, and produce rapid vaporization or melting on the surface of the material to achieve cutting, engraving or marking. Effect. It can engrave a series of materials such as stainless steel, wood board, ceramics, acrylic (blackened), glass, leather, non-ferrous metals, etc.

Blue light laser has high saturation and high light intensity, so certain protective measures need to be taken, such as wearing blue light goggles.