Concept Laser presents multi-laser technology at EuroMold 2014

November 21, 2014

November 21, 2014

Concept Laser, a leading manufacturer of industrial machines for metal Additive Manufacturing based in Lichtenfels, Germany, states that EuroMold will once again be an essential showcase for the industry. The company has announced that it will be presenting a number of innovations for the first time, including multi-laser technology and a new machine design.

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Concept Laser service staff at work.

Image: Concept Laser GmbH, Lichtenfels, Germany

Oliver Edelmann, Vice President Global Sales & Marketing at Concept Laser, stated, “The developed and optimised system technology highlights our expertise and pioneering work in all fields of laser melting system technology. The increase in productivity represents enormous progress. Multi-laser technology is to make its debut at the trade fair and through the use of multiple lasers much faster build rates are promised.”

Concept Laser also announced that improvements have been made in terms of the build strategy for its LaserCUSING systems. “An optimised exposure strategy improves both the level of quality and the build rate,” added Edelmann.

Developments in materials will also be a major theme at the exhibition and new materials for the aerospace and the medical industries will be presented. Concept Laser states that many new materials developments have been made in this dynamic market environment in the past twelve months and these have been adapted for its systems.

Concept Laser also states that it promises major improvements in real-time monitoring for quality assurance. “Inline process monitoring is one of Concept Laser’s strategic technological fields”, stated Edelmann, “We will be taking a giant stride where process monitoring is concerned. This will improve quality massively.”

Visit Concept Laser in Hall 11, Booth D66 or go to www.concept-laser.de 


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