The Service-Right barrier system from Laser Components was designed from the ground up to cater for on-site laser engineers. Instead of needing to close an entire workspace while servicing a laser machine, engineers can now erect a temporary laser barrier to complete their work without inconveniencing customers. The Service-Right barrier can withstand up to 250W/cm² incident laser energy and consists of three 3 x 6.5 feet connected panels which can be collapsed into a travel-ready bag.
After the international laser technology congress AKL, in Aachen in May, Matthew Dale learned that dramatic increases in power are on the horizon for ultrafast lasers
Greg Blackman finds that new EU PPE regulations mean that laser safety eyewear must have an operational lifespan, a change that will impact manufacturers and users alike
Keely Portway looks at how digitally networked laser machines, along with additive systems, will help improve production efficiency in the factories of the future