1. Wear protective clothing, gloves and glasses when operating the laser welding machine. 2. Please confirm that all parts of the machine are well maintained and in good condition before use. 3. Ensure that the work area is well ventilated to prevent the accumulation of hazardous substances due to welding operations. 4. During the operation of the laser welding machine, please pay attention to potential dangers such as fire, smoke or sparks. 5. Check for loose connections or defective wiring before use, and take necessary precautions if necessary to avoid any electrical shock hazard associated with the machine's power supply or its internal components/circuits. 6. When performing laser welding operations on metals such as steel and aluminum, a safe distance should be kept from flammable substances such as paper and plastic, which are flammable under certain conditions. 7. Do not overheat the material by running pulses that are too long, this can deform the welded part or cause thermal damage to the surrounding area. 8. Take care to discard the hot pieces that come off after the soldering process.Laser welding is a type of welding that uses a laser to melt the material being joined. It has applications in many industries, such as automotive, aerospace, and medical device manufacturing. Laser welding can be used for joining difficult-to-weld materials, including aluminum and stainless steel alloys. It also creates more precise welds than traditional welding techniques due to its precision and accuracy.