Laser cladding improves the tool life. Laser cladding is an effective tool for the repair and engineering changes on tooling and dies. Compared to conventional welding techniques, laser cladding inputs minimal heat resulting in minimal to no distortion on the
Hot stamping dies consist of several die sections joined together. Conventional heat treating processes require complete dis-assembly of the die prior to heat treating in order to prevent O-rings and seals from heat induced damage. Laser heat treating of hot
In the case of automotive dies, the cost savings that result from switching from conventional heat treating processes to laser heat treating are due to the elimination of the hard milling operations that are typically required following the use of those conventional processes.
Synergy Additive Manufacturing LLC is beyond pleased to report that Manufacturing Day 2019 was an immense success! It was an absolute pleasure to help educate the next generation of builders, thinkers, and manufacturers.
Industrial Heating featured Synergy Additive Manufacturing LLC in September 2019 edition of their magazine! Our article presented the benefits of laser heat treatment which included cost savings, quality improvements, and decreased turnaround times.
Synergy Additive Manufacturing LLC's Co-Founder Aravind Jonnalagadda will be giving a presentation at this years World Remanufacturing Conference in New York (presented by Remanufacturing Industries Council (RIC) and Rochester Institute of Technology).
If you work with hemming dies and want to protect your investment, watch this short video to see how. With laser heat treating you can ensure consistent hardness, minimal to no distortion, and no post hard milling.
With the help of Laser Cladding, Laser Heat Treating, and Laser Additive Manufacturing, Synergy is providing an alternative solution for business to replace the more traditional methods that are costly and time consuming. This gives businesses the opportunity to improve their quality and turnaround times to get them back on their feet as soon as possible.