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27 July 2000 High-power multibeam lasers and their applications for surface hardening
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Proceedings Volume 4165, Progress in Research and Development of High-Power Industrial CO2 Lasers; (2000) https://doi.org/10.1117/12.394134
Event: Progress in Research and Development of High-Power Industrial CO2 Lasers, 2000, Russia, Russian Federation
Abstract
The paper deals with laser technological units (LTU) based on multi-beam lasers of 1 to 10 kW power. To save working gases the laser technological units employ regeneration systems. The LTU have been the basic units used in multipurpose systems for laser processing various parts of the kind of rotation bodies or plane parts, cranckshafts, etc., as well as in special-purpose systems and automatic lines with the full cycle of auxiliary technological operations which are necessary to perform laser processing. The technologies of heat treatment of parts with the use of multi-beam lasers have been developed for the purposes of improvement of heavy-loaded rubbing parts wear resistance; local treatment of non-rigid parts; reduction of labor consumption in some cases of thermo-chemical treatment or induction (bulk) hardening replacement with laser irradiation; reconditioning of worn parts by precision facing, alloying or similar processes.
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I. F. Bukhanova, V. V. Divinsky, and V. M. Zhuravel "High-power multibeam lasers and their applications for surface hardening", Proc. SPIE 4165, Progress in Research and Development of High-Power Industrial CO2 Lasers, (27 July 2000); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.394134
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