Laser Hybrid Weld

Compared to traditional Tandem and MAG welding, considerable savings in production time and filler material are possible. Single pass weld seams can be welded without preparation even in the case of thick plate with material thicknesses of more than 10 mm. In addition, a high weld speed can be reached even when welding thin plate. It is not only the automotive industry that demands high-quality weld seams: due to the minimum rework required, the MIG/MAG LASER HYBRID WELDING Process is becoming more popular in companies that manufacture components for commercial vehicles, railway carriages and construction machinery.

Technical Data Fillet weld Butt weld
Material S235 S235
Wire Ø, mm 1,2 1,2
Wire feed VD , m/min 10,0 10,0
Weld speed Vs, cm/min 85 150
Voltage U, V 27,0 27,5
Current I, A 260 280
Plate thickness, mm 12,0 12,0
Laser capacity P, kW 8,0 / 12,0 8,0

Suitable power sources



  • Thin plates and thicker materials
  • Automated welding


  • Shorter processing time*: Up to 57 %
  • Less filler material*: Up to 70 %
  • High penetration depth via laser beam
  • Safe side wall fusion due to the MIG/MAG process

* Comparison of Tandem and MIG/MAG Laser hybrid welding. Low-alloyed steel, plate thickness 10 mm

Advantages in comparison to MIG/MAG welding

  • Increased productivity due to higher weld speed
  • Reduced seam preparation with higher plate thicknesses
  • Reduction in workpiece distortion because of a smaller heat affected zone
  • Stable process due to process interaction.


  • Steel
  • High-strength steel
  • Aluminum
  • Chrome nickel materials
  • Coated plates