Diode laser specialist Laserline will be presenting sustainable solutions for the coating of wind turbine bearing bolts and brake discs as well as the additive manufacturing of copper components at formnext 2023. Improvements in energy and material efficiency are just as much in focus as environmental and climate protection as well as resource conservation through reduced process footprint. Interested parties will find Laserline in Hall 12.0, Booth E19.
Dr. Michael Müller (38) is the new General Manager of LWL-Sachsenkabel GmbH from 1st January 2023. Michael Müller who holds a PhD in mechanical engineering, succeeds Silvia Duus, who will retire after 15 years leading the company. He aims to continue the growth strategy of the established fiber optic cabling specialist and, above all, take advantage of the business opportunities in the field of broadband development.
Diode laser specialist Laserline will present at the Blechexpo / Schweisstec 2019 an infrared-blue hybrid concept for copper keyhole welding and possible solutions for heat conduction welding of thin non-ferrous metal components. Also on board are infrared lasers for welding steel sheets, different processing optics, and exhibits from industrial practice.
Laserline has expanded its company presence in Pune / India towards a full subsidiary. With this, the diode laser specialist is merely reacting to growths in its business in South Asia. This seventh foreign subsidiary distributes the complete Laserline product portfolio and guarantees an optimal existing customer care by means of trained service technicians and a comprehensive spare part service.
At the Laser World of Photonics in Munich, Laserline showcases new LDF and LDM diode laser systems with increased output powers. Furthermore, as a highlight of the exhibition presentation, the first blue diode laser with a cw output power of 1 kW will be presented. Additionally, new processing optics and exhibits from diverse application areas will also be on display.
With the LDMblue high-power diode lasers, Laserline presents the world’s first blue diode lasers with cw output power of up to 1 kW at 450 nm wavelength. As the first industry lasers, the new LDMblue lasers allow for a controlled heat conduction welding of highly reflexive non-ferrous metals such as copper or gold. They are available in standard configurations with 1000, 500 or 300 W output power.
At the LASYS 2018, Laserline will showcase high-power diode lasers for joining applications, cladding and heat treatment. Highlights include a laser for remote welding and highly compact diode laser modules in a 19" rack unit. Additionally, special processing optics and exhibits from different application fields will be presented.