Lasaco is your solution partner for welding technology

Lasaco GmbH is one of the leading suppliers for welding technology, cutting technology and the automation of welding technology processes. Take advantage of our experience and benefit from our expertise in finding individual solutions.

Lasaco offers optimal solutions for all types of welding processes

As one of the market leaders in the field of welding technology, we can competently support you with our many years of experience. In our product range you will find a suitable solution for almost all welding processes. We supply you with the optimal welding machine for your individual requirements and orient ourselves to your wishes. We cover all common processes, from MIG/MAG and TIG to electrode inverters and plasma cutting with modern cutting systems.

Our services at a glance:

  • All common welding processes (arc welding, stud welding, resistance welding, plasma cutting, etc.)

  • Sales and technical advice on all products

  • Uncomplicated repair and rental service

  • Services for maintenance, VDE testing as well as complete calibration of your welding equipment

  • Individual system solutions according to customer-specific requirements

  • Development and realization of partially and fully automatic welding processes

  • Optimization of existing welding processes at the customer

  • Competent consulting and sales of solutions for welding and cutting technology

  • Automation of welding operations with robots

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Lasaco has been active in the fields of welding technology and automation since 1998. We put our experience, which is constantly growing through innovations, improvements and current knowledge, at the service of our customers. We offer complete solutions of the highest quality in the fields of arc welding, stud welding, resistance welding and plasma cutting. We will also be happy to advise you on the optimization potential of existing welding processes in your company and develop individual automation solutions for your needs.

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Our technical service for you

Our technical service is characterized by everything that is needed in welding. We carry out repairs quickly and competently with first-class spare parts - even for equipment from other manufacturers. During the repair you can use our rental service for loan equipment. We reliably carry out all prescribed inspections, maintenance, calibrations and other work for you. We also support you with efficiency tests and compliance with important standards such as EN 1090, including required logging and the establishment of documentation systems. We work with you to develop individual automation solutions and advise you on optimizing existing production processes. Of course, we also provide instruction, training and practical exercises for your employees - because we want to offer you all services from a single source.

Our categories for products and services in the field of welding technology

Hand-held laser welding

Superlative handheld laser welding technology: precision, efficiency and flexibility in material processing

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Arc welding

In the Lasaco range you will find numerous arc welders that work with different processes.

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Spot welding technology

For many years Lasaco has been closely involved in the further development of modern welding technology.

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Stud welding

Together with our partner KÖCO, we supply high-quality stud welding guns and other stud welding machines to customers all over the world.

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Plasma cutting

Lasaco distributes products from well-known manufacturers in welding technology as well as its own product line.

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Welding accessories

In the Lasaco range you will find many welding accessories.

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How do you find the optimum welding process for your material?

Welding process Material
TIG welding All metals
MAG welding All steels
MIG welding Alloyed steels, non-ferrous metals
Laser welding All steels, light metals, glass
Electrode welding All steels
Resistance welding All metals
Stud welding (tip ignition) Carbon steel, stainless steel, brass
Stud welding (drawn arc) Unalloyed steel, stainless steel

Questions and answers

  • What is welding technology?

    This generic term covers everything that has anything to do with welding. From small, mobile welding equipment to large welding machines to stationary welding systems and welding robots, everything is included. This also applies to accessories, wear parts and welding consumables such as inert gas wire, welding wire or roller wire electrodes.

  • Where are the dangers in the use of welding technology?

    Welding is a remarkable technology that works with high energy development. Accordingly, there is also potential danger in welding technology. For example, depending on the process used, there is a certain risk of explosion and fire, an electrical hazard, and danger from pollutants that can escape into the ambient air during welding. In arc welding in particular, the optical radiation due to intense UV components is a danger to the eyes and unprotected parts of the body. Noise generation should also not be underestimated.

  • Which welding technology is suitable for work on motor vehicles?

    Automotive welding occupies a large share in industry, workshops and even in the do-it-yourself sector. Repairs and overhauls are possible, as is the manufacture of components in vehicle production. The following processes are used particularly frequently:

    • MIG/MAG welding

    • TIG welding

    • Welding with flux cored wires

    We will be happy to determine which process is suitable for your needs during an individual consultation.

  • Which welding technology is suitable for pipes?

    TIG welding is recommended when welding thin-walled pipes. Thick-walled pipes are often processed initially with root welding using the TIG process, with the remaining layers optionally welded using manual arc welding or the MIG/MAG process.

  • Which welding process is suitable for beginners?

    It starts with the question of whether it is worth buying your own welding equipment. The decisive factor, however, is what is to be welded. For smaller jobs in the house or garden and repairs to the car, both electrode welding or arc welding and MAG welding are suitable. Electric welding is particularly attractive for beginners because no gas is needed. However, correct electric welding requires knowledge and experience. Therefore, MAG gas-shielded welding is often the better choice for beginners.

  • In which welding process is the distortion caused by the heat-affected zone the lowest?

    The distortion of materials during welding is determined by the size of the heat-affected zone. Particularly when joining dissimilar materials such as steel and aluminum, the workpiece can become severely distorted. The Cold Metal Transfer or CMT process delivers very good results here due to a very stable arc and the low heat input, especially compared to MIG/MAG welding.

  • Which welding processes require a flux cored wire?

    A flux cored wire is used in arc welding. In this process, the arc continuously melts the welding wire that is automatically fed in. This process works best with stainless steel, cast iron, most types of carbon steel, and so-called buffer or buildup welding alloys. However, arc welding is not suitable for all materials. Metals that do not contain iron cannot be welded using this technique. These include aluminum, for example, but also exotic alloys.

  • What factors influence the welding process?

    Depending on the selected process, three factors in particular have an effect on the welded joint. On the one hand, one should know the material characteristics of the weld as well as the notch effect of the weld. Secondly, the quality of the workmanship during welding plays a decisive role. These factors determine the load-bearing capacity of a welded joint in everyday use. The quality of execution is divided into three grades, which should be selected depending on the requirements and the effort required.

  • What is DIN EN 1090?

    In connection with welding work, there is always talk of DIN EN 1090. This is a European standard that regulates the requirements for manufacturer certification, proof of conformity, CE marking and factory production control for load-bearing steel and aluminum components that are to be placed on the market as construction products. Lasaco will be pleased to advise and support you in complying with DIN EN 1090.

Get your individual offer from us today

If you already have concrete ideas and requirements, we can immediately create an individual offer for you. Please use our contact form for this purpose so that we can get back to you quickly. If you need advice, have questions, requests or suggestions, we will of course also be happy to assist you in word and deed. We see ourselves as a holistic solution partner for whom customer satisfaction is our top priority. Trust in our experience and competence - we will do the rest for you.

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LASACO cooperation partners at a glance

Since all customers have their own ideas, wishes and technical requirements for their individual order, we work together with strong partners. This is the only way to provide the required quality and reliability for applications in industry and trade. Here you will find an overview of the renowned manufacturers with whom we cooperate in the field of welding and industrial robot technology as well as other components. Quality is our top priority. Always.