Conferences & Exhibitions

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ICALEO

Laser industry professionals from academic and industrial settings will gather to discuss the latest in laser materials processing, laser microprocessing and nanomanufacturing

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Lasers in Action @ LASYS 2018 - Day 3

The Lasers in Action Forum takes place over three days at LASYS, Messe Stuttgart, from 5-7 June. Entry to the forum is free of charge to any LASYS visitor.

Lasers in Action is organised by Laser Systems Europe on behalf of Messe Stuttgart.

DAY 3 - Thursday 7 June

10.00-10.30
Latest approaches in spatter reduced laser beam welding for macro applications & High Power Application

Peter Kallage, Manager Applications Lab, Coherent I Rofin

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Lasers in Action @ LASYS 2018 - Day 2

The Lasers in Action Forum takes place over three days at LASYS, Messe Stuttgart, from 5-7 June. Entry to the forum is free of charge to any LASYS visitor.

Lasers in Action is organised by Laser Systems Europe on behalf of Messe Stuttgart.

Day 2 - Wednesday 6 June

10.00-10.30
Active laser protection system - a new approach ready for production

Dr. Heiko Brüning, Head of Laser Safety, JUTEC Hitzeschutz und Isoliertechnik GmbH

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Lasers in Action @ LASYS 2018 - Day 1

The Lasers in Action Forum takes place over three days at LASYS, Messe Stuttgart, from 5-7 June. Entry to the forum is free of charge to any LASYS visitor.

Lasers in Action is organised by Laser Systems Europe on behalf of Messe Stuttgart.

DAY 1 - Tuesday 5 June

10.00-10.30
Laser Surface Heat treatment with dynamic optics

Juan Isaza, Business Development Manager, Talens Systems S.L.

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By Dave MacLellan, Executive Director, AILU

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Gemma Church finds that additive manufacturing is being used to transform lives through advanced implants and guides for surgeons

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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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High-power blue diode lasers are becoming available that have significant advantages over traditional infrared lasers for machining metals. Greg Blackman investigates