ROFIN is co-hosting an event at Glasgow’s Kelvin College on Wednesday 10 June to introduce laser and 3D printing technologies to creative industries, jewellers and industrial designers.
Each year International Jewellery London (IJL) and the British Jewellers’ Association (BJA) put their heads together to select 10 of the most innovative emerging designers in the UK to be named as the recipients of the KickStart Bursary.
Halesowen based Crosland Cutters Limited, manufacturers of cutting formes for the cardboard and foam packaging markets, recently installed a second CNC laser-cutting system from Mechtronic Industries Limited, based around the ROFIN DC025 laser source supplied by Rofin-Baasel UK.
ROFIN will launch the next generation of fine tube laser cutting system at Medtec Europe 2015 this month in Stuttgart, Germany.
The new StarFemto laser from ROFIN uses fibre laser technology to provide cold laser cutting and engraving using Ultrashort Pulse (USP) technology.
As a result of continuing expansion, medical device component manufacturer XL Precision Technologies (XL-PT), based in Stockton-on-Tees in the North-East of England, recently added a second fine tube laser cutting system from Rofin-Baasel UK.
Fibre lasers have established themselves as efficient and reliable tools in industrial production environments. The ROFIN Macro Group has developed this technology even further and is now launching the 3rd generation ROFIN FL Series.
Steven May founded Maygems in Hatton Garden, London, three years ago, after around 30 years’ experience in the jewellery trade.
20 years ago, in 1995, ROFIN showed the first manual laser welder for jewellery applications at the Inhorgenta Show in Munich, Germany.
Register now for the Jewellery & Watch Birmingham 2015 show at the NEC, Birmingham.