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LaserEMobility was founded in 2020 by the Politecnico di Milano, the Università di Bologna, and the Technical University of Munich along with the industrial members IMA Automation Atop, Manz, and Raylase.

Looking back on LaserEMobility Workshop 2022

The event was held in Bologna in March, taking up the challenge of responding to the increasing industrial pull for laser-based manufacturing systems in the production of electric vehicles

MTC3

MTC3 will explore the many benefits of additive manufacturing, whether the technology is being industrialised, and what can be done to speed up this industrialisation.

Reaping rewards with robotics

Matthew Dale looks at what can be achieved by combining robots with lasers, including a novel tool for repairing jet engines being developed by Rolls-Royce

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