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„We focus on laser processing“ – The LZH at the World’s largest industrial Fair

16.04.2012
This year, the Laser Zentrum Hannover e.V. (LZH) will again be present with their own stand at the Hannover Messe Industry (23rd to 27th of April, 2012) in hall 17, stand C 55.

Within the exhibitor area „Microtechnology – Smart Systems for Automation“, the LZH will be presenting their latest developments and applications to the visitors. Our main themes this year deal with innovations in the fields of “Laser-based Joining Technologies” and “Laser Precision Processing”.

Laser joining plays a key role in production technology, and consequently in the research work at the LZH, from selective laser melting for cochlea implants to laser welding of 23 mm steel for shipbuilding or for pipelines.

When we say laser precision processing, we mean adapting the versatile tool “laser” to individual, complex production and manufacturing processes. This makes processing more precise, faster and more efficient. For us, laser processing is always embedded in an industrial surrounding – whether for structuring, cutting, forming or joining.

Further information can be found at www.lzh.de. We hope to see you at the Hannover Messe 2012 at our stand (Hall 17, Stand C 55).

Michael Botts | idw
Further information:
http://www.lzh.de

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