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Seamless Strength

For most customers who can’t risk the fracture of any major part, Spider Company has mastered a cladding/additive manufacturing technique that melts and fuses together exotic alloys. The joint between two dissimilar metals creates a bond stronger than any standard welding process and ensures unbreakability of critical components. This proprietary Spider design emerged from university research labs and requires the highest degree of technical skill to operate.

Why Laser Cladding

Laser cladding is the process of depositing super alloys to substrate surfaces to introduce special properties. What this means is that a variety of metallic coatings, such as stainless steel, bronze or aluminum, can be applied to the surface of another part to enhance its resistance to heat, wear, corrosion and other environmental hazards.

How Does Laser Cladding Work?

A laser super heats a substrate material to create a molten pool. A second material is then intro-duced and melted into the same pool. The two disparate materials join together to form the strongest possible bond through a process called cladding.

Why Use Laser Cladding?

Refurbish worn out parts

Laser cladding can refurbish the surface of parts worn down by abrasion or corrosion. This extends the life expectancy and increases a part’s usefulness.

Enhance Production Parts

Introduce properties such as resistance to wear, corrosion and heat. Protect critical and high wear parts whose failure could result in damage or costly downtime.

Better Than Welding

Laser cladding creates a greater focus of energy to a precise area of a part. This refined process ensures results with less distortion. Additionally, laser cladding is not limited to wire formats, is more precise, and decreases dilution.

What are the results of Laser Cladding?

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