Cost Effective and High Quality

EB Industries is a leading laser beam welding service provider delivering high quality, mission critical parts to customers all across the US. We have laser welded millions of parts and assemblies for customers in a multitude of industries, including critical medical and aerospace applications. We are ISO 13485:2016 and AS9100 certified, have full engineering and metallurgy capabilities, and our extensive pre and post processing services make us an excellent subcontractor and value added partner to our customers.

Laser Welding or Electron Beam?

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Application Advantages of Laser Welding

Deep Weld Penetration

Weld penetration can be closely controlled, and ranges from a minuscule 0.005 inches to a depth of up to 0.25 inches.

Micro Part Welding

Given the small and precise nature of the laser beam, very small and very thin materials can be easily joined. This includes welding of foils, stents, sensor diaphragms, and surgical instruments.

Low Heat

Pulsed lasers can minimize the amount of heat applied to a part, thus helping to keep critical electronics and other components cool.

Dissimilar and Crack Sensitive Material Welding

Laser welding can join dissimilar materials and also crack sensitive materials.

No Vacuum Requirement

Laser welding does not require the parts to be in a vacuum, which can result in faster production cycles.

High Feed Rates

Laser welding can occur at feed rates up to 200 inches per minute, which is much faster than conventional welding processes such as MIG and TIG. High feed rates mean faster welds and lower costs.

A comparison of welding processes:

Electron Beam Laser Conventional/Manual
Typical Weld Cost $$$ $ $$
Size Restrictions Limited to vacuum chamber size Workstation dependent None if done manually
Dissimilar Materials Excellent Good w/ stir welding Challenging
Magnetic Materials Challenging Excellent Process dependent
Depth (max penetration) 3 inches 1 inch Shallow w/out multipass & notch
Width to Depth ratio (min w/d%) Extraordinary (10%) Excellent (25%) Poor (various)
Heat Generated Low/medium Low (pulsed)/High (CW) High
Purity (no electrode/filler) 100% 100% Limited based on process
Repeatable Highly with CNC Highly with CNC Limited/manual w/out CNC
Hard to reach area Excellent Good – gas coverage concerns Limited
Capital Investment (barrier to entry) $$$$$ $$$ $

Quality Management for Laser Beam Welding

At EB Industries we are trusted to handle the laser welding for mission critical applications in the Aerospace and Medical industries that require extremely low failure rates. As a result, EB Industries maintains the highest levels of quality standards to ensure our welds meet the uncompromising requirements of our customers. We are ISO 13485:2016 and ISO 9001:2015/AS9100 certified, have full engineering and metallurgy capabilities, and our extensive pre and post processing services make us an excellent subcontractor value for many of our customers.

Because we handle the Laser Welding for many critical applications in the Aerospace and Medical industries that require extremely low failure rates, EB Industries maintains the highest levels of quality.


All our Laser welding technicians are highly trained and have, on average, 12 years of experience. Additionally, they are supported by full engineering and maintenance staff, a dedicated quality control department and an in-house machine shop.

Checking A Weld
An in-process inspection of a critical weld on a magnetic resonance device for an oil well drill.


We have a variety of laser welding systems with different beam and control characteristics, which allow us to handle a wide range of applications. In addition to computer controlled equipment, we also have manual lasers welding systems, glove boxed systems, etc.

  • 10 Laser Welders
  • 50W – 4,000W Class I and Class IV
  • CNC (Up to 5 Axis) Workstations
  • Disc, Fiber and Nd:YAG lasers available
  • All lasers capable of Pulsed or Continuous Wave modes with or without wobble head

Complete Computer Control of all Weld Parameters:

  • Pulse Shaping
  • Pulse Width
  • Beam Energy
  • Repetition Rate
Our Trumpf TrueLaser in operation

Additional Services

Laser welded parts often require additional assembly steps before and after the actual weld. We offer a full suite of pre and post processing services.

Pre Processing

  • CAD/CAM Product Design and Weld Design
  • Tooling Design & Fabrication
  • Parts Cleaning & Assembly
  • Strategic Sourcing and Subcontractor Contract Management

Post Processing

  • Metallurgic Evaluations
  • Leak Testing
  • Destructive and Non-Destructive Testing
  • Post Weld Thermal Treatment
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