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As you can see by this issue’s cover feature, manufacturing, especially in the US, is embracing the advantages of laser additive manufacturing (LAM).
EOS and Trumpf extend patent licenses to U.S., and Concept Laser and EOS agree to cross-license laser sintering and additive manufacturing patents.
LBC Laser Bearbeitungs Center will become LBC Engineering, which will continue to offer LAM services.
Aerojet Rocketdyne has shown the potential for more efficient manufacturing of rocket engines using selective laser melting.
GE Aviation and Sigma Labs have agreed to develop in-process inspection technology of additive manufactured components.
The rematitan CL titanium alloy from Dentaurum can now be used as an implantable material with Concept Laser's laser melting process.
Senior lecturer Dr. Ingomar Kelbassa, deputy chairman of the LLT at RWTH Aachen and department head at Fraunhofer ILT, discusses the evolution of "generative production" using laser technology.
NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center (MSFC) is using selective laser melting (SLM) to create intricate metal parts for a what it says is America's next heavy-lift rocket, a technique it claims will save millions in manufacturing costs.
A new optical technique devised by the U. of Liverpool to adjust laser beam orientation has major potential to increase process efficiency and quality of lasers used in micromachining.
Experts from the field of industrial laser technology gathered in Aachen earlier this month (May 9-11, 2012) for the International Laser Technology Congress (AKL)'12, exploring technical innovations including the processing of new materials, ultrashort pulse lasers, and laser additive ...