Prima Power Laserdyne receives multiple year-end laser system orders

Laserdyne’s latest product offering, for which it has received recent orders, is its 430 series of systems for laser cutting, welding, and drilling of 2D and 3D component parts.

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Champlin, MN - Prima Power Laserdyne LLC has received multiple year-end orders for the company’s Laserdyne precision, multi-axis laser system technology. This follows strong order activity in the second half of 2013, which is forecasted to continue into 2014. These orders came both from global aerospace manufacturers and component suppliers, the company’s historical customers, and from a significant increase in new customers in a variety of industries.

Laserdyne’s latest product offering, for which it has received orders in the recent November/December sales cycle, is the Laserdyne 430 series of systems, designed for cutting, welding, and drilling of 2D and 3D component parts requiring exacting precision at an affordable cost. Market segments include medical devices, surgical instruments, precision mechanical components, electronics, drawn, thermoformed, punched and traditionally stamped parts as well as aerospace components.

The orders for aerospace-related systems are from the domestic and international operations of US-based companies and from European and Asian customers who manufacture and repair turbine engine components. Turbine engine manufacturing continues to reveal itself as a globally diverse industry. This was recently reflected in the hundreds of future aircraft ordered at the Dubai Airshow totaling many billions of dollars. As part of this order bonanza, Laserdyne recently received orders for its systems from leading manufacturers located in France, Turkey, Russia, China, and Poland, as well as the United States.

“Eastern Europe manufacturing activity is increasing and will augment US, Western European, and Asian aerospace manufacturing. Beyond aerospace, laser-based manufacturing in general is growing on a worldwide basis,” says Mark Barry, VP of Prima Power Laserdyne. “Further proof is the number of welding applications that we are helping to develop not only in our traditional market but also for a wide variety of customers, again on a worldwide basis. A number of our recent system orders, for example, are for Laserdyne systems with fiber lasers, another factor contributing to growth of laser-based manufacturing. Laser processing offers distinct advantages in speed, precision, quality, and operating cost. It is fast becoming a standard tool in many forms of manufacturing."

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