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Laser cladding using a scanned beam is quite a similar process than laser cladding using static optics (e.g. lens or mirror optics). The main difference comes from the manipulation of the laser beam. In laser cladding with scanning optics the laser beam is manipulated with a scanner so that the laser's area of influence can be shaped numerically. This increases cladding process flexibility. Scanning optics enable laser beam modification considerably versatile way than normal static optics can.doi:10.1016/j.phpro.2015.11.039 fatcat:rcvhunf22bfcfljwvj5fej4v3i