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Phillips Precision of Boylston, Massachusetts, USA, has introduced a modular, ready-made fixturing for laser processes.

II-VI Incorporated, a provider of laser technologies for materials processing, has introduced its L45 laser lapping system for processing superhard materials such as polycrystalline diamond (PCD), polycrystalline diamond compact (PDC), synthetic diamond, and reaction-bonded ceramics.

Hamamatsu Photonics has created a spatial light modulator that delivers pulse laser power capability up to 400 GW/cm2, by utilizing its advanced thin-film and circuit designing technologies. This new SLM to high-power industrial pulsed laser systems will contribute to achieve high-throughput, high-precision laser processing to processing resistant material such as light-weight and high-strength carbon fiber reinforced plastics (CFRP).

The system uses advanced laser technology and incredibly low clamp force to produce precise, clean and repeatable welds of superior aesthetic quality and performance

The Branson GL-300 is a highly flexible quasi-simultaneous plastic joining solution, designed to deliver efficient high-quality welds in a wide range of applications

This versatile solution delivers clean, high-contrast permanent marks without damage for a wide range of delicate or heat-sensitive materials, such as plastics, metals, and glass

Nickisch was previously Key Account Manager for the expansion of the systems business at the machine manufacturer Evosys Laser GmbH and has been involved in laser welding of plastics for more than a decade

Sebastian Blösch, the previous Finance Director and Deputy Managing Director, succeeds Stefan Heczko

The LASERDYNE 811 machine employs the most current hardware and software components for flexible precision laser processing in an affordable compact platform

The software executes many work steps automatically, so that for many finished parts, no additional programming effort is required.

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