Lasermet will be at booth 5153 on the UK Pavilion demonstrating the Laser Castle, a laser safety cabin offering the latest features in certified laser safety, including touch screen interlock control, dual message LED signs, HD-CCTV, a proven failsafe design, a modular build, Lasermet’s Laser Jailer active laser guarding system, Lasermet’s Swallow fume extraction system, and a choice of door systems. This modular-build cabin conforms to ANSI Z136.1 laser safety standards and is a turn-key solution providing multi-kilowatt laser radiation containment for robotic laser welding, cutting and cladding.
The firm will also be showcasing LaserSafe PC – laser safety software that comprehensively calculates virtually all the aspects of laser safety that need to be known to stay safe. In addition to showing all of the relevant MPEs and NOHDs, as well as specifying labelling for laser safety eyewear and enclosures, the new 5.4 version of the software includes converging (focusing) beam and M2 inputs. A multifunction lens calculator is included to determine beam convergences. The calculator also provides focus characteristics as a potential aid for materials processing.
Lasermet manufactures laser safety interlocks, LED signs, enclosures, table-top containment, laser blocking curtains, screens and roller blinds, and also provides laser safety services worldwide.