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Exotic Metal Combinations

Exotic Metal Combinations

Exotic Metals Don’t Require Exotic Welding

If your production needs include working with exotic metals (like chromium, cobalt, Hastelly, Inconel, molybdenum, monel, platinum, tantalum, titanium, tungsten, waspaloy, and others), a Sunstone micro welder can save you time and money.

Flexibility for Any Metal

With a Sunstone micro welder, you’re able to dial the energy discharge to one-hundredth of a watt second and make adjustments to adapt to different exotic metals and dimensions. Paired with the right weld technology, weld head, and electrode configuration, Sunstone provides the flexibility you’re looking for. Consult with a Sunstone welding expert if exotic and rare metals are part of your production process.

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Exotic Metals can be confusing and daunting as you work toward selecting a welding solution. This can be especially difficult if you are unfamiliar with the metals that you are working with or welding techniques. These feelings can be amplified when you are welding two exotic metals together. Sunstone & Orion welders have experience and expertise in almost any metal and can ease your frustration and find you a solution.

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Exotic Metals can include:

  • Chromium
  • Cobalt
  • Hastelloy
  • Inconel
  • Molybdenum
  • Monel
  • Platinum
  • Tantalum
  • Titanium
  • Tungsten
  • Waspaloy

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  • Benchtop Laser Welder

    Call or text today to *reserve your Sunstone Orion Benchtop Laser Welder! These systems come in 60, 100, and 140 joule power options. They are powerful benchtop machines with technological and engineering features that surpass other laser welders.

    * Due to uncommon circumstances our Benchtop laser welders currently are running an 8-10 week lead time

    Laser Welders Datasheet

    Benchtop Laser Welders User Manual

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  • PA250i Micro TIG Welder

    • A very small heat affected zone during weld
    • Ability to easily position welds exactly where you need them
    • The versatility of welding of very small, thin, and delicate metal parts
    • A wide range of metals that can be welded
    • Simple and easy to use touch screen interface
    • High level of precision with microscope
    • Consistency and repeatability
    • A simplified repair process by eliminating soldering
    • Quality welds
    • Very low maintenance on machine
    • Small compact size designed to fit on and around any work bench.

    Pulse-Arc / Micro TIG Welders Datasheet

    Omega PA250i Datasheet

    Omega PA250i User Manual

    • $14,500.00