Trade fair in India to showcase latest laser technologies

LASER World of PHOTONICS INDIA, to be held September 9-11, 2015, will focus on the growth and use of lasers and photonics.

Delhi, India - LASER World of PHOTONICS INDIA, to be held September 9-11, 2015, in Delhi, is an important gateway for the growth and use of lasers and photonics in the different application industries in India.

The use of lasers in automotive manufacturing has increased dramatically over recent years. About 15% of all industrial processing lasers are installed in production. Traditionally, the adoption of lasers by the automotive industry has been linked to new applications. Today, new solid-state laser technologies are evolving at an unprecedented pace. Although the lasers are devoted mainly to cutting applications, a significant and growing proportion of lasers are being applied to welding.

Automotive manufacturers utilize the advantages of laser cutting when working with a variety of work pieces around the car. Besides a multitude of metals, materials such as airbag cloth and composites for interior room parts are cut with the laser.

The main advantage of laser process is that it offers faster and better results compared to existing conventional processes, thereby reducing the cost per part. Hence, conventional applications are being replaced with lasers in various industries like automotive, electronics, precision engineering, tool and mold making, medical technology, furniture and more.

LASER World of PHOTONICS INDIA presents more than 120 companies like TRUMPF, Han’s Laser, IPG Photonics, and Sahajanand Laser, which will offer solutions across automotive and other industries.

LASER World of PHOTONICS INDIA will also witness many accompanying programs which give further insights in laser solutions for the automotive industry. The International Conference on Application of Lasers in Manufacturing 2015 (CALM 2015), organized by the International Advanced Research Centre for Powder Metallurgy and New Materials (ARCI), covers all aspects of laser processing of materials and addresses professionals looking for new technology developments in micromachining, cladding, hardening, welding, cutting, drilling, and repair and refurbishment.

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