The Raylase Group has added a new subsidiary: Raylase Laser Technology based near Boston, Massachusetts, USA
The new White Paper from RAYLASE AG outlines to manufacturers, integrators, plant manufacturers, and researchers just how easy it now is to take advantage of the powerful properties of lasers thanks to machine vision
Raylase hosted the visit of a 27-headed delegation of the Chinese city Dongying at the company headquarters in Wessling near Munich on 8 August
Raylase has released its UHSS laser deflection system with speeds of 200m/sec.
The Raylase UHSS enables companies to scan their usual work areas quickly and very precisely. For example, companies can use an F-theta lens with a focal length of f = 254mm to scan a field measuring 160mm x 160mm.These capabilities open up new applications such as perforation, cutting and scribing at high speeds.
By Dave MacLellan, Executive Director, AILU
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