HALO had a strong presence at the International Congress on Applications of Lasers & Electro-Optics (ICALEO) in San Diego last week. For over thirty years, this large congress event has enabled researchers and end-users to meet and review the state-of-the art in laser materials processing and predict where the future will lead.
Two HALO important papers were presented:
“Differences in cutting efficiency between CO2 and fiber lasers when cutting mild and stainless steels,” covered work from LTU, Laser Expertise and Fraunhofer ILT.
“Laser Microjet© cutting of up to 3 mm thick sapphire,” described details of the Synova technology which has been extended to new materials.
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