Jewellery welding, it’s all in the laser.


Coined by Austin powers as “sophisticated heat beam” Lasers have actually become very popular and commonplace within the jewellery industry and have a number of great features and benefits. Here are our top 5 reasons why you should know about this type of technology.

1) Re-size rings with ease. As laser welding is stronger than solder it makes a great choice to reduce the size of a metal such as Platinum, Gold, Sliver or Palladium. The final join is near invisible giving a perfect finish and peace of mind to the customer.

2) If you have a flair for jewellery design and need small precise welding to complete your latest design, you can consider laser welding. Laser welding allows you to weld wires at 0.01mm in diameter.

3) Laser welding for jewellery is fast and efficient, even costume jewellery can be mended. The temperature of the laser is low enough to work with cheaper metals.

4) If you have a ring that you feel needs re-engraving or updating then you can have the engraving filled in using laser welding and then ask your jeweller to engrave it again with your desired information.

Laser Engraving – how is it done using a laser?

5) When your ring is cast in precious metals it can have tiny air bubbles in the metal. Sometimes these can be revealed after a knock or just general wear and tear. Laser welding can quickly fill these in so you won’t notice the difference.

Credits with thanks
Video courtesy of M2 Lasers channel. Please take the time to visit their channel and view some of their other great videos.

About Author

Lionsorbet is a design company that help brands promote their products and services. We do this by creating professional company websites, beautiful 3d images, compelling animated video and intelligent marketing campaigns to inspire and engage their customers. Founded in 2007 by UK designer Steve Irvine, our team has helped many companies increase brand awareness and enhance sales whilst building a library of digital assets for continued marketing.

Comments are closed.