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CO2 lasers can be used to improve the carving of Tibetan mani stones, which depict Buddhist mantras, sutras, Buddha images or symbols. (Image: CKLaser)

CO2 lasers optimise ancient Tibetan stone carving

Laser engraving has allowed Tibetan mani stone carvers to carry on an important tradition, while also introducing new possibilities to this ancient art

Lasers In Action 2

Discussion topics including cladding with diode lasers, CO2 lasers in the automotive industry, nano-structured anti-reflective surfaces, and software for designing beam-splitting optics were covered in the second installment of the Lasers In Action Webinar series

Lasers In Action Webinar #2

Discussion topics include cladding with diode lasers, CO2 lasers in the automotive industry, nano-structured anti-reflective surfaces, and software for designing beam-splitting optics.

Luxinar to exhibit at Vitrum 2019

Luxinar, a manufacturer of sealed CO2 laser sources, will be exhibiting its MULTISCAN VS and a selection of its SR series sealed CO2 laser sources, from its expanding portfolio, on stand C15 (Pav. 7) at VITRUM in Milan, between 1-4 October 2019.

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