Keeping pace with the requirements of the automotive industry puts efficiency front and center. This is why Dr. Hur Yoon-Ho, Vice President of Daewon Precision, favors using high-tech laser technology. read …
An MIT team is using a special camera to look round corners – with the help of the femtosecond laser
TRUMPF Scientific Lasers works on efficient beam sources for attosecond pulse generation
Joining materials that have long been considered unweldable is one of the biggest challenges in lightweight engineering. The laser offers some promising solutions.
Everyone agrees: Additive processes such as 3D printing and laser deposition welding are the future of manufacturing. We had a look around to see what this future looks like now.
Prof. Ferdi Schüth, jury chairman for the German Future Prize, is convinced that the push for resource efficiency will become industry’s new innovation driver.
Dr. Yongfeng Lu’s spiritual home is the international laser community. Here, he talks about everything except his presidency of the Laser Institute of America.
Klaus Löffler, current president of the Laser Institute of America (LIA), sees marked regional differences in laser safety and explains how the LIA is working to raise standards.
Dr. Bernhard Müller and Prof. Reimund Neugebauer on the near future of additive methods.
Tomorrow’s new models will be lighter than their predecessors. Not only will that boost mileage, but also reduce weight and the amount of material used. This is due primarily to the increased use of laser light.
Geiss AG is the first company worldwide to laser-cut thermoformed components. Two mega-trends are helping.
The manufacture of mechanical watches has always demanded extreme accuracy. So it is no surprise that the watchmaking industry relies on laser tools for nearly every subassembly.
“What’s to stop us doing what the big manufacturers do?” thought industry suppliers Walter Haimerl and Harald Keller. So they started to weld with lasers.