With the rapid growth of laser applications and the reduced cost of laser systems, laser material processing has gained increased importance in a variety of industries. Automotive, aerospace, navy, defense, and many other sectors are widely adapting laser technology for welding, cutting, and hardening. Among the applications of laser technology, laser cladding has received significant attention in recent years due to its diversified potential for material processing such as metallic coating, high-value components repair, prototyping, and even low-volume manufacturing.