Laser Welding

High Precision. High Quality.

Norman Noble welds all types of dissimilar materials of both tubes and sheets to deliver a product that matches exact drawing specifications.

Special welding processes are required to join together dissimilar materials for medtech implants.

At Norman Noble, our engineering team has developed unique welding technologies to weld exotic-grade metals and many types of dissimilar materials. This is especially effective for thin-walled, tubular medical components. No filler materials are used in Norman Noble’s laser welding processes, which are conducted using inert gases.

Laser spot welding and seam welding can be tested using tensile tests, torque tests or cross sectioning for penetration confirmation.

Our laser welding medical device services are offered as a validated process.

Facts at a Glance:

  • Nitinol to nitinol
  • Welding of dissimilar materials
  • Spot and seam welding
  • Cross-Section SEM analysis for weld penetration depth
  • Process validation

Materials and Applications

What We Make

Polyaxial Spine Screws
Orthopedic Anchors
Medical Implants with Discimilar Materials

Materials We Use

Stainless Steel
Nitinol-to-Nitinol (Application Specific)

Production and Capacity

Our extensive capacity of production laser welding equipment is located across 2 facilities.

Laser Nitinol Welding

Example Parts We’ve Manufactured

Dedicated Process Development Teams

Nitinol Welding

Our experienced team of engineers work within our Process Development Centers (PDCs) to develop and validate cost-effective manufacturing methods required to produce prototype parts for our customers’ medtech product innovations.

Nitinol Manufacturing

Rapid Prototyping

Dedicated resources for micromachining prototype design and delivery in 2 weeks

Nitinol Implant Machining


FDA-validated production methodology toughest ISO/CGMP standards

Stent Machining


The most efficient, high volume production facilities in the market