Welcome back to the Industrial Laser Conference!

Welcome back to the Industrial Laser Conference! Don’t miss out on early bird savings by registering before AUGUST 12! The Industrial Laser Conference is a one-day conference taking place on Wednesday, September 14, 2022 as a part of IMTS in Chicago, IL. Don’t be left behind! This conference will teach you how to incorporate lasers […]

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The Liège company, LASEA, is raising equity capital of over 6 million euros from its historical shareholders.

Liège, 7/10/2019 – LASEA, one of the world leaders in laser micromachining, has announced it is tripling its equity and entering a new growth phase in its various markets. The current shareholders (Epimède, SRIW, Noshaq and private shareholders) are backing this operation to the tune of 6.1 million euros (first phase) to which will be […]

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Killing Cancer at the Speed of Light

As featured in LIA TODAY By Liliana Caldero   LITT Brain cancers make up about 1.4% of all new cancer cases in the U.S. (NCI, 2018). Surgery is an important part of managing these cancers, with the goal of removing the tumor when possible. Doing this safely can present a challenge when the tumor is […]

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Laser Additive Manufacturing’s Journey to Commercialization

By Andrew Albritton As seen in LIA TODAY LASER ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING CHALLENGES Laser Additive Manufacturing (LAM), as it pertains to powder based manufacturing, is a technique that utilizes the interaction of lasers and base materials to construct a product, rather than removing material from a pre-constructed block of material. LAM is quickly approaching the critical […]

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Superhydrophobic and Superhydrophilic Functionalization of Engineering Surfaces by Laser Texturing

By Suwas Nikumb, Peter Serles, and Evgueni Bordatchev As seen in ICALEO 2017 and LIA TODAY   Nature is a bountiful source of inspiration to advance innovative surface functionalities, processes, and technologies for engineering materials. For example, the super-hydrophobic surface characteristic of the lotus leaf can be recreated by mimicking the microstructure and surface energy […]

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