Swiss sheet metalworking equipment manufacturer, Bystronic, has developed a new loading and unloading system, ByTrans Cross, for its fibre laser cutting machines
AMS Technologies is introducing a very compact and low-vibration solution for liquid cooling that can be modulated within a wide range
EOS presented its extensive software portfolio at formnext 2017
A new Fibre to Fibre Coupler (FFC) from Coherent enables the use of replaceable, process fibre optic cables so that integral components of the fibre laser
For applications in which high power pulsed laser diodes are utilised in a compact environment, Laser Components is proud to supply an extensive range of driver modules
Models in the TruPlasma RF Series 1000 and TruPlasma RF 3006 range are now equipped with additional features to ensure even higher process stability
LPW Technology, a supplier of powders for additive manufacturing (AM), has launched a new product line called Powderflow
German laser system manufacturer, Eurolaser, has expanded its product range with the addition of two new modules for putting adhesive labels on laser-cut parts
Following the successful integration of the nozzle changer on its CO2 laser systems, LVD is extending the option to the Electra, LVD’s high-speed fiber laser cutting system. Featuring storage for 10 nozzles, the option brings greater autonomy, reduces piercing times and increases overall throughput on the machine.
Concept Laser has presented a tool for position-related real-time monitoring and three-dimensional visualization. Using in-situ process monitoring systems based on an on-axis system it is possible to obtain information about defects during the build process. The next quality level with QMmeltpool 3D will be available from 2016 onwards for the M1 cusing and M2 cusing machines.
By Dave MacLellan, Executive Director, AILU
Gemma Church finds that additive manufacturing is being used to transform lives through advanced implants and guides for surgeons
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
High-power blue diode lasers are becoming available that have significant advantages over traditional infrared lasers for machining metals. Greg Blackman investigates