The Lasers in Action forum during Lasys covered topics such as micromachining, cladding and welding, additive manufacturing, laser safety, beam shaping and ultrafast lasers.
Holo/OR, industrial partner of Laser Components, has developed a diffractive optical element (DOE) that significantly accelerates the laser brazing process for hot-dip galvanised metal sheets
Technological advancements at Laser Components’ partner Holo/OR have made possible a single polychromatic element which converts a Gaussian beam to a collimated top-hat
Laser Components will be exhibiting its high-power triple laser mirrors
The new diffractive double-spot elements from Holo/OR have an efficiency of 97%;
previous standard versions only achieved 81%.
Using the new Zoom Beam Expander from Laser Components, both the laser spot size and focus height can be adjusted in real time
Laser Components introduces a new platform to the Keopsys range of pulsed erbium fibre lasers, the PK50
The new ADL-83Y51TL offers a high performance and low cost solution for any application requiring high power NIR radiation with a longitudinal single mode beam profile
Laser Components is delighted to announce a new range of laser diodes spanning the wavelength range from 1,060nm through to 1,600nm
Laser Components alongside Haas Laser Technologies Inc offers a diverse and concise range of laser beam delivery components
After the international laser technology congress AKL, in Aachen in May, Matthew Dale learned that dramatic increases in power are on the horizon for ultrafast lasers
Greg Blackman finds that new EU PPE regulations mean that laser safety eyewear must have an operational lifespan, a change that will impact manufacturers and users alike
Keely Portway looks at how digitally networked laser machines, along with additive systems, will help improve production efficiency in the factories of the future