Laser Quenching is an advanced surface treatment method today, in order to improve the durability of the surface of the part. This technology uses a high-energy polar tube laser beam that delivers Local Energy to heat the part surface. As the laser beams travel along the surface, it heats the part surface to a temperature above the austenitic temperature and when the laser passes through, the surface of the part undergoes self-hardening at a rapid rate, resulting leads to martensite formation, leading to hardening of the surface of the material.

Compared with traditional darkening methods, laser quenching has a number of outstanding advantages such as no warping, higher accuracy, and the ability to suit a wider range of materials (hardened steel). These characteristics make it suitable for machining many parts and products.Laser heat treatment is very flexible, has small and no deformation, faster processing speed and lower processing cost. for a wide range of metal components.These qualities make it suitable for processing a wide variety of industrial and commercial components, including industries such as aerospace, automotive, consumer goods, etc. Marine, mining, nuclear energy… Some examples of application details of Laser quenching technology such as details, gears, sprocket gears, camshafts, turbine blades, piston heads in diesel engines …

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