High-quality microfeatures and patterns can be machined cost-effectively with process flexibility using picosecond lasers.
Industrial laser technology specialist Rofin-Sinar UK has rebranded as Luxinar, marking a new chapter in the company’s 20-year history.
Dr.Ing. Peter Jäschke will now take over leadership of the Composites Group of the Production and Systems Department on July 1, 2019.
On May 17, 2019, ULT planted native tree and shrub seedlings in Mequon, WI, fulfilling its promise to plant one for every fume extraction unit sold in the U.S.
Challenges in laser processing of very large and free-shaped glass substrates must meet the requirements of precision and cycle time in 24/7 production environments.
The eVerest research project is working to radically improve laser structuring technology with micrometer resolutions.
The laser surface treatment process automatically creates fuel-saving riblets onto painted aircraft surfaces.
The project intends to validate a laser microtexturing system for plastic and metallic surfaces.
The ULTRA 9 laser processing platform performs laser cutting, ablation, and surface modification.
The partners in the joint research project RadarGlass have applied for a patent for an innovative radar system.
Their findings show that UV picosecond pulses at fluences above 10 J/cm2 can remove more material with less energy.
One laser processing method the group offers is laser treatment of printed, thin electronic layers.
Customers in China will now have direct access to a wide range of CO2 lasers from Synrad.
This Center of Excellence, designated as Coherent Munich, will upgrade the organization's applications and R&D capabilities.
It’s 2019, and the more-than $5 billion laser industry continues to deliver advanced laser solutions to today’s processing problems.