Cyan Tec Systems relies on Trumpf fibre and disk laser technology to maximise the quality and reliability of its machines.

Laser systems builder relies on Trumpf technology

Cyan Tec Systems, a designer and manufacturer of bespoke automation systems, relies on Trumpf solid-state fibre and disk laser technology to help maximise the quality and reliability of its machines

Handheld laser welding offers: low running costs; minimal set up requirements; ease of use; highly efficient, fast and flexible processing in spatially challenging environments; minimal consumables and post-processing requirements; and most importantly, high-quality welds of both similar and dissimilar materials of different types and thicknesses.

IPG Photonics introduces new handheld laser welder/cleaner model

The LightWELD XR system delivers laser welding and cleaning in one handheld system

Handheld laser welding systems promise flexibility in processing, but present numerous hazards that must be dealt with before they can be used safely. (Shutterstock/Dizfoto)

Questioning the safety of handheld laser welding

Matthew Dale asks experts whether this emerging application poses any risks to the user

LASYS 2022

“The Place to beam” - The next LASYS will be held at the Stuttgart Trade Fair Centre from 21 to 23 June 2022. It is the only international trade fair which consistently focuses on system solutions for laser material processing. Since the start of the trade fair in 2008, it has become successfully established as a user platform for laser system solutions and applications. LASYS covers all industries and materials, and is primarily aimed at decision-makers from international industry.








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