optics.org reviews a selection of new products announced at last week’s LASER World of Photonics in Munich.
Speedier part fabrication based on combination of high power blue laser tech and metal additive manufacturing platform.
Accountancy firm EY is first commercial customer to achieve quantum secure data transmission between offices in London, UK.
LaserMessing project is aiming to solve the copper-zinc alloy processing challenge.
Research and industrial speakers give updates on breakthroughs, benefits, and market needs.
Blue diode, adjustable-mode, and ultrafast lasers demonstrate promise for complex welding and cutting processes.
Boston University creates structure to test disease treatments.
…while BlueHalo delivers LOCUST laser defense system to Palletized Hi-Energy Laser project.
Nanjing University device could be incorporated into smartphones and imaging devices.
Rapid identification of problems by light scattering could save lives during surgery.
Asan Medical Center device uses photodynamic therapy inside the stomach to treat obesity.
Diode lasers with 10kW+ outputs offer new solutions for laser cladding – to be presented at Laser World of Photonics.