E-mobility

LaserEMobility was founded in 2020 by the Politecnico di Milano, the Università di Bologna, and the Technical University of Munich along with the industrial members IMA Automation Atop, Manz, and Raylase.

Looking back on LaserEMobility Workshop 2022

The event was held in Bologna in March, taking up the challenge of responding to the increasing industrial pull for laser-based manufacturing systems in the production of electric vehicles

Pravin Sievi, of Scansonic, introduces processing optics that facilitate reproducible and highly reliable hairpin welding in the production of electric motors

Rising to the challenge of large-scale e-mobility production

Pravin Sievi, of Scansonic, introduces processing optics that facilitate reproducible and highly reliable hairpin welding in the production of electric motors

Bipolar plate functionalised with USP laser microstructuring (Credit: Fraunhofer ILT)

Fraunhofer ILT inaugurates Hydrogen Lab at AKL’22

The ‘Hydrogen Lab’ offers a wide range of laser-based experimental facilities that cover the manufacturing steps for producing metallic bipolar plates

Plasmo is an Austrian-based provider of automated quality assurance and diagnostic solutions. (Image: Plasmo Industrietechnik)

nLight acquires weld inspection technology developer

nLight has acquired Plasmo Industrietechnik to add machine vision and analysis products to its manufacturing solutions

Hydrogen fuel cells could provide a suitable alternative to plug-in electric HGVs, where the weight of the battery could prove to be an issue. (Image: Shutterstock/Audeo und werbung)

Dynamic beam control takes on fuel cell welding challenges

New laser technology could help make hydrogen-powered vehicles commercially viable, David Stuart finds

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