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March 14, 2013

EWI Members: $ 779; Non-members: $1079

Overview
This one-day course introduces attendees to the laser as a materials processing tool. It provides a solid background on the issues that influence day-to-day laser processing. The course is for those who are new to lasers or need to become more proficient in laser terminology, equipment, procedures development and problem troubleshooting. Class includes lecture, course materials, lab demonstrations (as applicable) and certificate of completion.

Course Outline

  • Light and Lasing
  • Laser Types and Basic Laser Components
  • Transfer of Energy
  • Optics
  • Quality Control and Laser Beam Monitoring
  • Laser Welding and Parameter Development
  • Laser Welding Defects
  • Joint Design Options
  • Laser Safety
  • Hands-on Lab Experience

Price:
$779 – EWI members
$1079 – Non-members

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