Laser Padding Welding in Technology of Rebuilding Mechanical Components

Laser Padding Welding in Technology of Rebuilding Mechanical Components


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Abstract. This paper presents results of rebuilding mechanical components using laser technology. Laser technology, including padding welding, is an advanced method of regenerating exploited mechanical parts. Using metallic powder as a filler material and laser beam as a heat source, rebuilding and modification of reliability properties of surface can be done. The article presents results of rebuilding of connecting rod surface using laser technology.

Rebuilding Technology, Laser Padding Welding, Regeneration of Mechanical Components

Published online 7/16/2018, 6 pages
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Published under license by Materials Research Forum LLC., Millersville PA, USA

Citation: Hubert DANIELEWSKI, Andrzej SKRZYPCZYK, Włodzimierz ZOWCZAK, Rastislav NIGROVIC, ‘Laser Padding Welding in Technology of Rebuilding Mechanical Components’, Materials Research Proceedings, Vol. 5, pp 183-188, 2018


The article was published as article 32 of the book Terotechnology

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