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A new GE Aviation plant in Auburn will use laser technology to help produce critical jet engine components just as global demand for aircraft is surging.
Next Scan Technology's LSE 170A scanners demonstrated at Laser Munich generated a number of inquiries for 2.5D applications.
Lin Li, from the U. of Manchester, will this week receive the Sir Frank Whittle medal for his outstanding and sustained research achievements that have directly benefitted the UK economy.
Fiber lasers have caught the attention of industrial laser users in a wide range of industries. For a number of welding, marking, and cutting applications, the use of fiber lasers has become the standard.
AMS Technologies introduces the i200 mJ level, 200 W, 10 ps Polaris series laser.
The InnoLas ILS 500X and ILS 500XX systems use an ultra short pulse laser for the cutting, drilling, and dicing of ceramics and PCBs.
IPG Photonics welcomes Dave Krattley, who will be responsible for selling IPG's line of materials processing fiber lasers.
General Electric's laser technologies are being used more in mainstream manufacturing and applications.
It has been known for some time that lasers with pulsewidths in the picosecond regime can offer significant advantages over longer pulse lasers for a wide variety of industrial microprocessing tasks.
Next Scan Technology introduces polygon scanning systems with SuperSync Technology at Laser World of Photonics.