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|Stainless Steel:||Stainless Steel||Name:||Precision Micro Welding / Micro Welding Services|
|Laser Welding:||4 Axis||Processing Range:||Laser Welding, Laser Marking|
laser spot welding,
precision micro welding
Micro laser welding and marking service for OEM manufacture
|Laser welding:||4 Axis|
|Min laser welding point :||0.20 x 0.20mm|
|Processing range:||Laser welding, laser marking|
Laser spot welding is a process which uses a laser to create a single weld spot to join metals together. Lasers are capable of delivering a precise pulse of light with accurate, repeatable power, energy and duration. When the laser pulse is focused into one place - a small spot - (adjustable anywhere from approximately 0.02 to 1.0 mm (0.001"-0.040") in diameter) on the part, the power density is sufficient to cause rapid melting to create the weld. The high power density enables efficient absorption of the laser by creating the "keyhole effect." As the pulse ends, the liquified metal resolidifies and creates a small spot weld. This entire process happens in just a few milliseconds.
Laser marking can take on many forms - some applications specify highly visible, attractive marks, while others need marks on obscure places or small enough to be visible only using magnification - including annealing, bleaching, engraving, etching, and foaming. The type of mark made is dependent on the characteristics of the laser used to make the mark. The energy density, wavelength, and material properties determine the type of interaction with the material. High energy density and short wavelengths will typically yield ablative/material removal effects, while lower power density and longer wavelengths will typically yield thermal effects.
Jenitek is committed to supplying products and services that meet the needs of customers, comply with statutory and regulatory requirements, increase customer satisfaction and maintain the effectiveness of the quality management systems through continuous improvement in products, processes and services.
Jenitek's quality management system has been certified ISO 13485:2012 and ISO 9001:2008 in order to fulfill each of our customers' specific requirements.
We have a thorough quality system including four levels of documentation including manuals, procedures, work instructions and records. According to system documentation and processes, our quality activities such as production, inspection, product development (NPI), process validation, supplier chain control, and continuous improvement are controlled. This means we can deliver precision, performance and safety products and services to our customers around the world.
6 Sigma Quality Team The Jenitek quality team understands these system standards are not only the foundation of quality management but also paramount to the importance of our medical products, customers and product development, production, and improvement process. We have extensive experience with quality management and use a range of methods and tools, including IQ/OQ/PQ, FMEA, PFMEA, and Design of Experiments (DoE) to support in product development and improvement processes.
Packing and Tracing
Products with validated sterile packing. Specifically configured to meet stringent packing validation requirements.
ISO 9001:2008 Certified
ISO 13485:2012 Certified
ISO 14001:2004 Certified
OHSAS 18001 Certified