Lasermet launches low cost, self-assembly laser safety cabin

Share this on social media:

Lasermet has launched the Laser Castle Lite, a low cost, self-assembly, laser safety cabin ideal for small laser operations including small laser robots used for cutting, cladding or welding. 

Laser Castle Lite is fully certified and interlocked. The modular build laser safety cabin is designed specifically to protect users from the potentially dangerous effects from high-energy laser radiation.

This low-cost cabin arrives as a flat-pack in a shipping crate, and is easily assembled on site by the customer. It is supplied with a manually operated door, safety interlock switch, dual-message LED warning sign, emergency stop break glass, internal emergency stop button and entry door maglock – all linked to the ICS-Solo interlock control system. 

Related article: Modern challenges in laser safety

Being modular, the Laser Castle Lite is constructed from the same laser blocking material as the original Laser Castle cabin (which is currently in service all over the world) and to enable low cost ventilation, the cabin has an open roof void. It can be rapidly built and installed on site straight out of the box.

The enclosure is available as:

  • 2m wide x 2m long x 2.4m high wall
  • 2m wide x 3m long x 2.4m high wall
  • 3m wide x 3m long x 2.4m high wall







Jim Bovatsek, applications engineering manager for MKS Spectra-Physics, shares how UV picosecond lasers can effectively cut layered stacks of organic polymers in flexible OLED display production

22 April 2022

Laser depaneling systems such as this achieve higher output by higher effective cutting speed and cutting quality. (Image: LPKF)

13 December 2021

POWDERscreen measures exactly which metals flow in what quantity into the focus of the laser beam. (Image: Fraunhofer IWS)

19 April 2022

Rails repairs must be performed in remote areas, rather than in the controlled environment of a factory. (Image: Denis Belitsky/Shutterstock)

03 December 2021

The laser technology will be used to produce tubular products for the oil and gas industry. (Image: Shutterstock/bht2000)

26 November 2021

(a) Aero-engine components in need of repair. (b) powder developed indigenously at ARCI. (Image: ARCI)

30 August 2021