LZH showcases laser material processing of tomorrow at the LASYS 2018

Laser material processing of tomorrow, showcased by LZH at the LASYS 2018. Photo: LZH

At this year's LASYS, the LZH will exhibit light-based processes such as cutting, welding, ablation and structuring as well as additive manufacturing for metals, polymers, glass and composites.

The LZH develops tailor-made solutions regardless of the processing dimension or the material, and advises on the monitoring and control of the processes as well as on laser safety technology.

From small orders to the development of system technology, such as processing heads for special applications, to complete process development and integration, the LZH is a partner for research and development, manufacturing and consulting.

The latest findings from applied and basic research are used by the LZH researchers to optimize manufacturing processes and to qualify innovative optical production technologies.

In addition to innovative processes for laser material processing, the LZH also shows “non-explosive” basic research: The LZH is currently developing a laser-based method for safe bomb disposal.

In Stuttgart, the scientists will be showing the first results of the research project on civil safety by means of blown casings of unexploded ordnance. More information about DEFLAG.

Media Contact

Lena Bennefeld Laser Zentrum Hannover e.V.

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