Cleaning

Direct laser interference patterning can create complex surface micro-structures to decrease ice accumulation on aircraft surfaces. (Image: Fraunhofer IWS).

Laser research projects to increase fuel efficiency of ships and aircraft

A number of ongoing European research projects are using laser technology to structure and clean the surfaces of ships and aircraft in order to improve their fuel efficiency

Luxinar to exhibit at Vitrum 2019

Luxinar, a manufacturer of sealed CO2 laser sources, will be exhibiting its MULTISCAN VS and a selection of its SR series sealed CO2 laser sources, from its expanding portfolio, on stand C15 (Pav. 7) at VITRUM in Milan, between 1-4 October 2019.

Parts2Clean

Parts2Clean in Stuttgart highlights various options for optimising cleaning processes. Special displays and a forum programme also provide attendees with valuable information and expertise at the leading international trade fair for industrial parts and surface cleaning.

Compact polygon scanner for portable laser cleaning

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. 

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