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This new product line uses the state-of-the-art laser technology as the basis for development and provides customers with various digital press applications

II‐VI Incorporated today announced the introduction of its high durability dielectric-coated metal mirrors for next generation kilowatt-class fibre laser systems

Polygon scanners can scan at hundreds of meters / second and have a high laser damage threshold which makes them ideal for high speed laser cleaning. 

The new Gecko-5-HP1 is the first compact polygon scanner designed for high power laser cleaning.  Its solid aluminum polygon has excellent heat dissipation and its dielectric coating is highly reflective at 1064 nm.  It is ideal for laser cleaning with hand held and robotic arm systems.  It will also find use in high speed assembly line laser cleaning. 

Registration phase for 7th LASYS event has started

Thomas Polzer has been appointed the new Managing Director Operations at the Berliner Glas Group

GE Additive has been awarded a contract by General Dynamics Land Systems, a business unit of General Dynamics

The new TruTops Weld programming software allows users to create welding programs offline on a computer while the laser welding cell is producing parts

The Precitec WeldMaster platform can perform both online seam tracking and seam monitoring during laser welding processes

David Richter, engineering product manager for Universal Laser Systems, explains why flexible laser systems will play an increasingly important role in both future product development and manufacturing

With this new feature, the system looks straight through the nozzle right at the cutting zone, monitoring it in real-time and autonomously controlling the feed rate of solid-state laser machines

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