In-Service and Future Component Advantage With Laser Peening

Not only does laser peening prevent costly failures, but it also extends component lifetimes.

Posted: March 28, 2019
By: Zane Kieffer

Laser peening can counteract metal fatigue, cracking, corrosion, fretting, erosion, cavitation, and other surface damages. Not only does laser peening prevent costly failures, but it also extends component lifetimes. The long-term benefits of laser peening will be even more dramatic in the future. With added metal fatigue strength, engineers and designers can opt for lighter and less expensive parts, increasing the return on investment for the technology. This brings a secondary advantage to laser peening.

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