Beside the fusion cutting technology using pulsed fiber lasers especially for sapphire and ceramics, ROFIN’s SmartCleave FI laser filamentation process has created a huge interest in the market
Rofin celebrates the launch of its new manual laser welding systems Performance Unlimited and Performance Open
With the EasyMark, Rofin offers an extremely compact tabletop laser marking system, which is also suitable for engraving and cutting of thin metal
Tube specialist Schoeller Werk and laser manufacturer Rofin are connected by a 25-year partnership
At Medtec, Rofin showcases new solutions including an autoloader for the StarCut Tube SL
Together with the Ravensburger machine builder Arnold, Rofin has delivered its 1,000th fibre laser
Rofin has introduced a new polymer welding solution based on the company’s MPS, a production proven, multi-purpose laser workstation. The new solution houses a Dilas Compact Evolution laser, operating with 980nm or 880nm wavelength and a CW power of 150-500W. A pyrometric process control allows for a constant welding temperature and therefore optimised results.
ROFIN Introduces StarFemto - The Industrial Femtosecond Laser Solution Based on Hybrid MOPA Technology
The third generation of Rofin FL fibre lasers are capable of generating 2kW of laser power from one fibre laser unit. In the standard version, FL series lasers offer a separate enclosure for beam management, and feature up to four fibre outputs for time or energy sharing. Through the use of optical fibres with diameters of between 50µm and 1,000µm, the beam quality can be adapted precisely to a specific application, making these lasers universal tools for industrial production.
Rofin’s new StarCut Tube SL reflects the expertise of two decades of high-precision laser tube cutting. The newly designed system combines maximum productivity with the smallest footprint on the market
By Dave MacLellan, Executive Director, AILU
Greg Blackman explores advances being made in fibre lasers, now the dominant technology for material processing
Welding ship hulls is a relatively new application area for laser processing, but one where the laser can add value, as Rachel Berkowitz discovers
New high-speed laser cladding technologies are being developed that rival more traditional techniques, as Matthew Dale discovers