Laser peening and micromachining described

Hartford, Conn. – To illustrate the role that lasers play in modern science and engineering, Dr. Wenwu Zhang (GE Global Research Center) will show how intelligent energy field manufacturing applies in laser shock peening (hardening), liquid core fiber laser material processing, and high-speed micro/nano-machining at SALA 2011.

Hartford, Conn. – To illustrate the role that lasers play in modern science and engineering, Dr. Wenwu Zhang (GE Global Research Center) will show how intelligent energy field manufacturing applies in laser shock peening (hardening), liquid core fiber laser material processing, and high-speed micro/nano-machining at SALA 2011.

In his presentation at SALA 2011, which will be held in Hartford from April 13 to 14, 2011, Dr. Zhang will highlight the need to treat the laser as a common energy field used in engineering.

SALA is the only North American meeting presenting advanced laser materials processing in manufacturing with presentations by industrial laser users. Register now for this unique symposium at http://clientportal.ccat.us/sala2011. Attendance is limited so register early and receive a discount.

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