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Multi-Axis Welding Resource Kit

Multi-Axis Laser Welding Machine

Industrial Workstation with Four Axes of Precision Coordinated Motion

welding with multi-axis standard

Multi-Axis workstations are paving the way manufacturers think about laser welding. Just ask the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) who used the Multi-Axis Standard to develop standard conditions and parameters for industrial laser welding.

From prototyping to production, Multi-Axis laser systems maximize your team's productivity and minimize operating costs. To learn more about our Multi-Axis welding system family, download your welding resource kit.

Your Multi-Axis Welding Resource Kit includes:

  • Application videos unavailable in our video library
  • Guide to selecting the correct Multi-Axis for your project
  • Systems Specifications and Facility Requirements

Multi-Axis Welding Kit 

Multi-Axis laser systems can be equipped with real-time weld monitoring, helping you reduce scrap and identify defects earlier.

Work With Laser Welding Experts

collaborate with IPG laser welding engineers

Collaborate with IPG application labs to develop welding techniques for your project. Purchasing a Multi-Axis not only provides you with state-of-the-art welding equipment, but also the know-how of our laser processing engineers with decades worth of experience.

 Weld Dissimilar Metals

laser welding copper and stainless steelWeld dissimilar metals and alloys with ease (yes, even reflective ones!) Our customers have found success welding aluminum, stainless steel, copper, titanium, and brass. Systems can alternatively be outfitted to weld polymers.

Eliminate Your Weak Spot

laser welding with multi-axis

Compared to spot welding, laser welding is often much faster and has no consumable electrode expense. With greater flexibility in joint geometry, laser welds are typically stronger, requiring less joining overlap. This allows advanced manufacturers to use lighter materials, helping them to save on part costs while improving product performance.

Industries That Weld with Multi-Axis

  • Aerospace
  • Automotive
  • Consumer Electronics and Appliances
  • Emobility
  • Medical Devices
  • R&D

Multi-Axis Welding Applications

  • Seam Welding
  • Spot Welding
  • Battery Welding
  • Tube Welding
  • Hermetic Weld Seals
  • Plastics Welding

operating the multi-axis standard