Industrial Laser Trends
Some lasers are powerful enough to damage your skin, cause serious eye injuries, and set your workplace on fire. This is why governmental and international organizations have put in place strict standards separating laser systems into safety classes according to their ability to cause hazards.
Laser engraving is a process that vaporizes materials into fumes. The laser beam acts as a chisel, incising marks by removing layers from the surface of the material. The laser must hit localized areas with massive levels of energy to generate the high heat required for vaporization. In this article, you’ll find in-depth information on how laser engraving works
Laser etching is one of the most popular marking processes. But most people don’t really know what it means to etch a surface, and how it actually works. Let’s go step by step to understand how the surface melts, and how bumps and colored markings are created.
From November 19–21, Laserax was at the Arab International Aluminium Conference (ARABAL), the most important event for the aluminum industry in the Middle East. The event, which took place in the Kingdom of Bahrain, was hosted by ALBA—one of the most important aluminum smelters in the world
Over the last few weeks, the Laserax team was active meeting key players of the Mexican automotive industry at Mexico’s Auto Industry Summit in Monterrey, Nuevo León, and at la Foro de Proveeduría Automotriz (the Automotive Supply Forum) in León, Guanajuato.
From October 1 to 3, the Laserax team was present at NADCA 2019, a die-casting congress that took place in Cleveland, Ohio, to present marking and cleaning solutions developed by Laserax for die casters in the automotive industry.
Recently, the Laserax team was active meeting with industry leaders in the United States. Between September 12-17, they participated in two important tradeshows in the primary metals and automotive industries.