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Supplier of laser cutting and metal fabrication equipment, MBA Engineering, has launched a new transport business to offer comprehensive machine move and installation services

GE Additive has announced the appointment of Igal Kaptsan as its new general manager for software, reporting to Jason Oliver, President & CEO of GE Additive. In this newly created, position Kaptsan is responsible for shaping and leading GE Additive’s software strategy, defining business priorities, product roadmaps, features and functionality. 

Global leader in stainless steel manufacturing, Outokumpu, has significantly increased production after replacing two lasers with one bespoke Kimla laser cutting machine. 

For the past 15 years Outokumpu has been running three CO2 laser machines to fulfil its cutting needs. Working with MBA Engineering, a supplier of leading laser cutting and metal fabrication equipment, the team identified a requirement to update its metal cutting capabilities function.

US fibre laser manufacturer IPG Photonics has invested £15 million in its new UK headquarters, which it is bulding in Coventry.

The new 50,000 sq ft site, set to open by 2020, is located in Ansty Park and will create 30 new jobs.

The new centrally-located site will allow IPG Photonics to play an integral role in accelerating laser-based manufacturing in the UK, whilst bringing new innovations and solutions to its growing, global customer base.

UK firm TLM Laser continues to expand its portfolio of laser-based technologies and systems, by announcing a new partnership agreement with German laser surface processing specialist 4Jet

Coherent has announced the appointment of Ms. Kay Matthews to the Board of Directors effective as of May 9, 2019

Cadence has announced the acquisition of the assets of Arcor Laser Services

This workshop will show the current techniques available for beam shaping, analysis and monitoring, and the experiences that users have had with these techniques

AMADA has released its latest high-power fibre-laser cutting machines, the ENSIS-AJ 6 and 9 kW, which are aimed at any manufacturer needing fast piercing and cutting across a wide range of materials

Videojet Technologies has introduced the new Videojet 7230 and 7330 models to upgrade its existing range of fibre laser marking systems

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