Exhibition style anniversary party at Eurolaser

To celebrate its 20th anniversary, Eurolaser is organising an in house technology fair to take place on 11-12 September in the company’s native Lüneburg, Germany. The exhibition will show the company’s partners latest innovations from a range of specialists that manufacture laser systems and components.

Eurolaser will present its latest analysis tool, Watchdog, to the public for the very first time. This live-monitoring tool enables customers to keep all key functions of their laser systems in view at all times.

Visitors will be able see the latest laser system technology on several CO2 laser systems. The new automatic shuttle table system that optimises handling processes and allows up to 75 per cent more efficient operation will also be on show. Another key topic of the fair will be the use of modular systems that enable parallel use of a CO2 laser, milling, and oscillating knives.

There will also be a range of demonstrations and exhibitions from the Eurolaser’s partners. ACI Laser will be demonstrating the fascination of fast marking with CO2 and fibre lasers with two marking lasers. The English acrylic specialist, CR Clarke, will be showcasing various machines for processing acrylic. And anyone wishing to find our more about the topic of machine leasing will have the opportunity of consulting with financing specialists.

The list of exhibitors include well-known names such as Evonik Industries, Bayer MaterialScience, 3A Composites, ULT, Erpa Systeme, Synrad, NovoCut, Eurosystems, IKB Leasing, Regler Druckzentrum, and Canon among others.

Practice-orientated specialist talks from the Eurolaser Academy team, live demonstrations, tours of the company, and an evening with live music round off the event programme.

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