24 Aug 2016
Installing a JenLas femto 16 source in Raylase Laser Technology’s lab offers new opportunities in the country.Jenoptik’s subsidiary in China, Jenoptik (Shanghai) Precision Instrument and Equipment has installed its latest laser technology for industrial micromachining, JenLas femto 16, at the new laser application laboratory of Raylase Laser Technology (Shenzhen) Co., Ltd in Shenzhen, a significant player in the laser component business, offering galvoscanner-based laser beam deflection systems.
This development provides the two technology companies with new opportunities for future joint activities in the Chinese laser market, which, Jenoptik describes as “one of the most dynamic and attractive markets for industrial laser material processing”. It also allows customers to benefit from an extended performance range and the ability to offer more complex solutions in the future, consisting of laser sources, optical components, beam analysis, and process control.
Dennis He, Senior Sales Manager for Jenoptik’s laser business in China, commented, “The bundling of our business strength and technology know-how forms an ideal basis to provide comprehensive solutions to our customers, to respond even better to the needs of the market, and enables us to realize customer-specific laser application solutions.
”These solutions are mainly used in industrial production from the medical device and automotive industry through electronic components to precision mechanics and the watch industry. With the equipment in the application laboratory, we are able to offer customers the opportunity to directly experience our comprehensive laser competence portfolio in use. That will help us to meet their demands as best as possible.” added He.
The performance of Jenoptik’s ultra-short pulse lasers suits high-precision cutting, drilling, marking and structuring. This ensures, for example, the accurate drilling of microtubes or filigreed biodegradable stents for the medical device industry. Beside the exact micro drilling of particle filters or injection nozzles, which are used in the automotive sector, Jenoptik tools also enable fine cut-outs of mechanical components for the watch industry or precise cutting of electronic components such as micro clamps for electrical contacts.
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