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  • 5 Critical Factors to Consider for Your First Laser Alignment Tool (.pdf)
    Making a decision to purchase a laser alignment system can be somewhat daunting. In this White Paper, we discuss 5 critical factors everyone should look for in any laser alignment system.
  • Laser Alignment ROI (.pdf)
    A strategy that can start paying for itself immediately is precision alignment. Precision alignment is a process that ensures that machinery is installed in a precise manner to maximize its operational life. Learn more about how a good alignment program will save you maintenance dollars!
  • Tackling Laser Visibility
    Our customers often ask us if a laser spot can be seen in their application. While such information can be a critical factor in anything from alignment to targeting applications, the answer to this question can be difficult because it may vary from application to application. It is important
  • Laser Assembly of Microfluidic Devices (.pdf)
    parts with its main related process characteristics and its potential for low-cost and high volume manufacturing. The system consists of a of diode laser with a mask and automated alignment function to generate micro welding seams with freely definable geometry. A fully automated mask alignment system
  • Extruder Alignment with Easy-Laser (.pdf)
    The process of plastics extrusion involves high volume manufacturing in which raw plastic material is melted and formed into a continuous profile. In the extrusion of plastics, raw thermoplastic material in the form of small beads (often called resin in the industry) is gravity fed from a top
  • A Novel Tunable Diode Laser Using Volume Holographic Gratings (.pdf)
    . The passive alignment of the novel tunable laser is the main driver for achieving low cost manufacturing. The axial symmetry enables the use of axially symmetric components such as TO-can laser packages, lenses and VHGs which further reduces the cost of manufacturing and the laser footprint.
  • One laser head, one plasma torch, one cutting table
    The fiber laser and plasma systems share similar delivery systems. Neither require any kind of optical alignment between the power source and cutting head. The two thermal cutting processes share many similarities, from an integration standpoint, which is why the two now can be integrated onto
  • Simple Steps to Start a Successful Machine Alignment (.pdf)
    It doesn't matter if you are using laser tools or dial indicators, if you performing precision alignment on shaft or belt driven machines, there are some simple steps you can take for pre-alignment to make the job easier and the outcome better.

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