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The Future of Welding Is Here: Exploring the Advancements in Handheld Laser Welding


For years, manufacturers across the industry have been using traditional welding methods for their business needs. While techniques like MIG (Melt Inert-Gas) or TIG (Tungsten Inert-Gas) provide decent performance, they create certain constraints that lead to production delay, increased costs, and operating limitations.


Challenges of traditional welding

Take TIG, for example. Besides expensive inert gas input, TIG requires a large amount of time and a high degree of skills to produce quality welds. This type of welding produces intense light, posing a health concern to welders during long periods of exposure. With the industry constantly evolving, people now call for a solution that enables welders to be more productive without compromising quality or safety.

How handheld laser welders became more appealing

The new solution requires cost reductions and efficiency improvement. This is exactly why more and more manufacturers are gradually switching to newer welding technologies like handheld laser welding. Handheld laser welding is a precise, consistent, and extremely delicate process that yields superior aesthetics with basically zero deformation. In comparison to traditional methods, laser welding works much faster on more varieties of raw materials. The integrated handheld design especially adds more flexibility and convenience to everyday welding operations.

As a global leader in laser manufacturing and technology, Bodor aspires to bring laser welding to the next level.

BodorWelder 1500 Pro, a handheld laser welding machine, guarantees steady power and high productivity at the temperature range of -20℃ to +60℃.



Why Bodorwelder 1500 Pro stands out from the rest

1. Self-cooling feature

The self-cooling method of BodorWelder 1500 Pro ensures steady, efficient performance for welding projects. The key of the self-cooling system originates from Constant Temperature Circulation, a Bodor’s technical patent. Different from typical cooling methods that use air or liquid, the system cools itself through refrigerant, making sure the consistency of 24/7 laser power output regardless of extreme environments. Additionally, refrigerant cooling eliminates the need to change or refill water, substantially lowering operating costs.


2. Evaluation by international laboratories

BodorWelder 1500 Pro was operated and tested in rigorous lab conditions from -20℃ to +60℃ and in humidity levels up to 90% for more than 10,000 hours. This is a strong indicator of its excellent durability as well as operating safety. Welding metal processed through this machine exhibits exceptional advantages in bending, hardness, and tensile strength.

3. Integrated design

Without a built-in water tank, BodorWelder 1500 Pro is less voluminous and more compact than average laser welding systems. It takes up a covering area of only 0.24㎡, providing users with maximum flexibility and capability for machinery operations in different working scenarios.


4. Smart control knob

BodorWelder 1500 Pro’s multifunctional control knob is incredibly useful as users are able to select welding process from the Bodor Welding Process Database and adjust welding parameters (e.g. power, weld bead width, frequency, etc) effortlessly. The machine will automatically store customized parameters for operations in the future. Users can also turn on/off the machine by pressing the knob.


5. Minimal physical harm

Handheld laser welding technique, like BodorWelder 1500 Pro, is able to reduce welders’ exposure to potential occupational hazards, as traditional welding process generates bright light, high heat, and harmful fumes. Laser welding has proven to be generically safer than traditional technologies as it produces fewer flames and smoke. A pair of safety goggles is all it takes for welders to protect themselves from low, indirect radiation.

Bodor: the best path to your success in welding

The time for handheld laser welding has arrived in metal fabrication. If you are looking to reduce costs, improve production quality, and simplify welding process, BodorWelder 1500 Pro would be your best option!

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