Laser Components is pleased to promote its range of laser safety enclosures
Flex-Guard 5M light-weight fabric barriers; the 5M range of laser safety barriers are designed to withstand 250W/cm² of incident laser power and are up to 6’W x 7’H in size
ULT AG provides the LAS 1200 extraction and filtration system for laser fume, applying a specially configured filtration concept
The Service-Right barrier system from Laser Components was designed from the ground up to cater for on-site laser engineers
ULT offers its extraction and filtration system, the SRA 1200, in different models and in conjunction with Flextractor extraction arms for removing welding fumes
Filtration system vendor ULT has extended its LAS 260 device by developing a new extraction system for laser and welding fumes
Protect Laserschutz has added passive laser safety clothing and laser safety gloves to its product portfolio
Laser Components has announced the availability of laser safety curtains made of metal panels
Laser Physics has introduced a new range of collapsible laser safety barriers from Kentek Corporation to complement the EverGuard and ServiceRight barriers it currently offers. With just five major parts, including pre-assembled laser blocking panels, the 5M Flex-Guard laser barriers are ready for use in less than five minutes. The barriers can be used stand-alone or linked together, are clean room friendly and have options for both high and low power lasers.
Constructed from metal panels, the Ever-Guard ceiling mounted curtains from Laser Components are a diverse large area laser protection solution that provides the protection of a metal screen, with the flexibility of a curtain. The 25cm hinged aluminium panels safely absorb and dissipate both scattered and direct laser radiation of all wavelengths thanks to their unique EN 12254 certified honeycomb surface, suitable for use with both low power and high power laser applications.
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Matthew Dale asks what measures are needed to bring metal 3D printing into mainstream production
Greg Blackman on the safety equipment for protecting against higher power and ultrafast lasers