Automation

Webinar: Customized Automation in Laser Marking

The automation of part handling or mark alignment in a laser marking process can help improve marking requirements and save production cost. In the context of demanding traceability marking requirements like the UDI (Unique Device Identification) of medical devices, direct part marking is on the rise. Therefore, laser marking system provider FOBA offer technical solutions, some in cooperation with automation experts, that make laser marking even more efficient.

Felsomat Technology Days

Felsomat's Konigsbach-Stein, Germany based headquarters is hosting Technology Days between October 12 – 14, 2021.

Throughout this open house, the automation firm will showcase their e-motor traction motor stator and rotor assembly systems. This includes a fully functioning stator line that will be running real parts for an Italian customer that produces German sports cars, as well as e-motor trickling station demonstrations, 2D and 3D hairpin stator bending demonstration, and Felsomat FHC hobbing and machine demonstrations. 

Lasers can be used to cut vehicle doorings, ABC pillars and any other structural part in a car body made out of press-hardened steel. (Image: Nataliya Hora/Shutterstock)

Laser technology trends in automotive production

LSE speaks with Martin Kuhnhen, head of Jenoptik’s Light & Production division, about the usage of laser technology on automotive production lines

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