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Laser Makes Light Work of Jewellery

October 28th, 2011

The jewellery industry is renowned as being built upon detailed knowledge of precious metals and gems coupled with intricate manual skills and techniques which have been used for generations. With such a traditional reputation the image of the jewellery designer’s workshop to those outside of the industry, might be considered to be that of a […]

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Laser Welding Jewellery – Use Your Imagination

October 28th, 2011

As the use of lasers within jewellery manufacturing becomes more widespread, jewellers are now realising their full potential by using them to undertake welding and joining processes which cannot be performed using traditional methods, without risking damage to the precious metals or stones. The Performance laser series from Rofin-Baasel has long been established as the […]

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LASAG Goes Green to Weld Copper

October 17th, 2011

Copper is used extensively for interconnections within the electronics industry and welding by laser is an alternative to soldering which gives higher reliability and greater strength than a soldered joint. Laser welding of copper has traditionally required high peak power pulsed lasers to overcome the inherent high reflectivity and thermal conductivity of the base material. […]

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Rofin’s MPS – The Multi-Purpose Laser Workstation

October 17th, 2011

Rofin’s new Modular Processing System (MPS) is a medium-sized, multi-purpose workstation for a very wide range of automated laser material processing applications. Designed as an all-in-one system, the MPS integrates laser sources, motion modules and control units within a single compact housing. This flexible and modular concept allows the system to be configured for welding, […]

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Performance Laser is the Experts Choice

October 5th, 2011

Satow Goldsmiths, based in Henderson Nevada USA, combines traditional hand craftsmanship with the latest technological advancements. With well over 10 years of laser welding experience, as well as writing articles and lecturing around the country, Steve Satow has been rated as one of the top laser welders worldwide. With an entirely re-designed housing, including a […]

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Rofin’s Vision for Perfect Perforations

August 8th, 2011

The consistency and quality of laser generated perforations used on product packaging has a direct influence on the shelf life and ultimately, the value of the produce within the pack. It is essential therefore, that the systems used to produce these micro-sized apertures incorporate reliable methods of controlling and guaranteeing the size and shape of […]

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Laser Marker is a Star Performer for Dentafix

July 18th, 2011

As part of an ongoing programme of continuous investment, Dentafix recently introduced a new laser marking system from Rofin-Baasel UK Limited. Read the full article here … Dentafix Laser Marker is a Star Performer – 14-7-11 Share on:

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Rofin Takes the Heat out of Tool Repair

June 28th, 2011

The use of lasers has revolutionised welding across many different industries and applications. The capability to focus laser energy and therefore heat, in a small and precise area means that laser welding can be applied to a host of tasks where more traditional methods of joining and repair have historically been less successful. Read the […]

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PowerLine Prime Series – The Mark of Excellence

June 27th, 2011

Continuing the company’s philosophy of ongoing product development, ROFIN’s Marking Division launched their new PowerLine Prime 15 laser marker at the LASER trade show which took place in Munich in May of this year. Read the full article here …   Rofin PowerLine Prime – The Mark of Excellence Share on:

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Femto laser cuts with high precision and no heat

June 17th, 2011

The latest femtosecond laser cutting system, StarFemto was shown at Laser 2011, launching the new Rofin MPS high precision CNC cutting machine.  The image below shows a 0.2 mm thick stainless steel component in “as cut” condition – no post processing is required. Share on:

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