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3D-printed scan head released for aerospace and automotive industries

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Laser Photonics Corporation, a developer of industrial laser cleaning systems, has released a laser scan head that was manufactured using metal 3D printing techniques.

The laser scan head features internal cooling ports housed in an aluminium structure, which the firm says makes it lighter and more compact than alternatives on the market.

The component is designed with automation in mind, making it suitable for semi-automatic and fully automatic laser products in the automotive, aerospace, and MRO industries. 

Wayne Tupuola, Chief Executive Officer of Laser Photonics, said: "Our team has worked tirelessly to develop a next-generation laser scan head that represents the pinnacle of efficiency and precision. Incorporating this technology into our automated products will enable our customers to achieve a new level of reliability and performance while streamlining their operations and cutting costs."

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