Cutting

Lasers help deactivate unexploded bombs

Lasers are being used to help deactivate unexploded bombs more safely, in a project involving German organisations Laser Zentrum Hannover (LZH), Laser on Demand and the Hamburg fire brigade

Reaping rewards with robotics

Matthew Dale looks at what can be achieved by combining robots with lasers, including a novel tool for repairing jet engines being developed by Rolls-Royce

Bystronic acquires TTM Laser

Bystronic, a Swiss developer of laser systems for cutting sheet metal, has acquired TTM Laser, an Italian producer of laser-based tube and profile processing solutions

Fabulous fabrics

Rachel Berkowitz explores the wealth of ways that textiles can be cut, engraved, perforated, and patterned with a laser

Making a clean break

Greg Blackman looks at the state of adoption of ultrashort pulse lasers in consumer electronics production

All part of the service

Greg Blackman assesses the health of the laser job shop market and finds that new service offerings are springing up for micromachining

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