Laser welders for jewellers

Laser welding of precious metals offers high quality invisible joining in platinum, palladium, gold, silver, titanium and other jewellery metals. Using filler wires of the same material, strong joints can be achieved without compromising quality or speed.

Repair of damaged jewellery without unsetting heat-sensitive stones makes the task easier and faster by laser. Antique pieces can be repaired with only local heating, thus preserving the quality and appearance of the item.

Applications of laser welding

Typical applications for laser welding in the jewellery workshop include:

• Porosity removal from cast platinum pieces

• Ring sizing in platinum without any visible line

• Retipping and repairing claws

• Contemporary stone setting

• Antique jewellery repair in silver and other metals

Coherent Desktop 7004 Jewellery Edition

• Compact tabletop laser system for manual welding
• Colour TFT touch display
• Leica microscope

Coherent Performance 6002 Jewellery Edition

• Upgrade to the Desktop series, this is a powerful performer designed for constant use in any workshop
• Colour TFT touch display with internal controls for speedy adjustments
• Leica Microscope

Coherent Performance 7002 Jewellery Edition

• Tailored to meet the needs of the bench jeweller as well as the 24/7 industrial manufacturer
• State-of-the-art power supply enhance long-term stability and reliability
• Colour TFT touch display
• Leica microscope

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