Welding technologies

Improved manufacturing efficiency, as well as repair and refurbishment methods

Welding technologies exert a growing importance on new product frontiers to successfully face requests rising from increasingly exigent markets:


Focus on labs & facilities

CO2 transverse flow laser

It is powered by a 6 kW source, equipped with 2.5 *5 m sized working table and is driven by a 5-axis programmable robot, which can treat flat and bended frames and components.

CO2 SLAB laser

Equipped with a 2.5 kW source, it reaches a significant gaussian-shaped beam (k30.8).

ND:YAG laser

The 4.4 kW diode pumped Nd:YAG laser couples good beam quality with the possibility to deliver it through optical fibres. It is installed on a 6-axis anthropomorphic robot, which allows us to program and actuate complex 3-D routes.

Friction stir welding

In this facility, metallic alloy welding occurs due to the heat produced by the high rotation speed of an element, which is pushed against the shoulders to be joined. This approach prevents materials from melting, as in fact the joint is obtained through the material plasticization and smearing.

As far as conventional welding equipment is concerned:


RINA is a reliable partner in virtue of the experience gained in supplying advanced solutions in several industrial sectors, from Oil & Gas to Aerospace & Defence.

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