The AMB 2022
Thank you very much for the many interesting discussions and the personal exchange with you at the AMB in Stuttgart.
We were very pleased about your visit!
These were our topics at the AMB
Whether it is for data matrix code identification marking of a component, for function-related markings on speedometers and shower heads or for customisation of utility objects such as ID cards or cosmetic articles, their versatility is what distinguishes laser marking procedures above everything else.
Whether for hardening, coating, cleaning or structuring – the laser can process surfaces with different dimensions easily and quickly. This is possible thanks to a very wide range of different beam sources with laser powers and properties which can be set precisely.
Components, no matter what shape they have. Prototypes, unique items, and small and large series. Additive manufacturing is shaping the future of the manufacturing industry like hardly any other process. Additive manufacturing and/or laser sintering or laser melting can be used to manufacture, coat or repair components with extremely high material requirements. Compared with traditional, ablative manufacturing methods such as turning or milling, in additive manufacturing the design determines manufacturing. This is why it is referred to as "design for additive manufacturing" (DfAM).
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