High-power lasers hit Japanese market

September 1991
Design News;9/9/91, Vol. 47 Issue 17, p41
Trade Publication
Introduces high-power carbon dioxide lasers manufactured by United Technologies Industrial Lasers in Japan. Efficiency of high-power lasers compared to low-power lasers; Applications in boosting productivity in cutting and welding operations; Product specifications and applications.


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