Laser cladding creates an atomic bond between substrate and top layer. Metallurgical they become one. This makes the cladding layer super strong. A durable wear layer for highly impacted components. At Hornet Laser Cladding we build customer- specific laser cladding solutions that last.
Hornet Laser Cladding is the first and only Laser cladding system integrator to successfully implement the EHLA process. (Extremes Hochgeschwindigkeits Laserauftragsschweißen). This specific technic is developed by the German Fraunhofer ILT institute in Aken. Compared to traditional laser cladding EHLA is about 10 times faster. With high layer accuracy and smoother layer surfaces EHLA is suitable for new applications in Marine and offshore industries.
Our starting point is always your application. We therefore start with an inventory of your products, the applications, the materials and other demands. Then we translate these demand into a concept that is tailored for your business.
2. production process
Once you’ve accepted our concept we will start to build your tailored Laser cladding system. Hornet Laser Cladding considers the most appropriate solution and is not tied to certain suppliers. This way we can guarantee you a system that is best suited for your application keeping in mind Quality and price.
3. test & fine tune
Our systems are first extensively tested in our own facility. When they have passed the test the system will be placed on your work floor. After some fine tuning the system is ready for production. Only when it preforms for 100% we are satisfied.
4. turnkey projects
Hornet Laser Cladding is a system integrator with added value. We have in-depth knowledge of the whole cladding process and support our customers with knowledge transfer and application development. Setting up a system that is seamlessly integrated with your existing surface treatments is what we call turnkey delivery.
Revamo specializes in developing solutions for all kinds of wear parts that can be used in many different industries.
Revamo invested in a taylor made Hornet Laser Cladding installation which includes an eight-axis robot. Using a measurement control technology developed in collaboration with the Fraunhofer Institute the whole process may be monitored.