Composite Bonding Pre-Treatment with Laser Radiation of 3 µm Wavelength : Comparison with Conventional Laser Sources

Blass, David ORCID; Nyga, Sebastian; Jungbluth, Bernd; Hoffmann, Hans-Dieter; Dilger, Klaus

To use the full potential of composite parts, e.g., to reduce the structural weight of cars or airplanes, a greater focus is needed on the joining technology. Adhesive bonding is considered favorable, superior joining technology for these parts. Unfortunately, to provide a structural and durable bond, a surface pre-treatment is necessary. Due to its high integration potential in industrial process chains, laser radiation can be a very efficient tool for this purpose. Within the BMBF-funded (German Federal Ministry of Education and Research) project GEWOL, a laser source that emits radiation at 3 ┬Ám wavelength (which shows significant advantages in theory) was developed for a sensitive laser-based bonding pre-treatment. Within the presented study, the developed laser source was compared with conventional laser sources emitting radiation at 355 nm, 1064 nm, and 10,600 nm in terms of application for a composite bonding pre-treatment. With the different laser sources, composites were treated, analytically tested, subsequently bonded, and mechanically tested to determine the bonding ability of the treated specimens. The results show a sensitive treatment of the surface with the developed laser source, which resulted in a very effective cleaning, high bonding strengths (over 32 MPa), and a good effectiveness compared with the conventional laser sources.

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Blass, David / Nyga, Sebastian / Jungbluth, Bernd / et al: Composite Bonding Pre-Treatment with Laser Radiation of 3 µm Wavelength. Comparison with Conventional Laser Sources. Braunschweig 2018.

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