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Rogowski, James
December 2005
Industrial Laser Solutions;Dec2005, Vol. 20 Issue 12, p14
The article reports that Jaco Corp., a leading manufacturer of custom-designed precision electro-mechanical products has adopted laser cutting technology in order to increase it's production. According to vice president of operations Bert Santucci, after a prolonged research work they have found this laser cutter, TRUMPF TC L 2510 to be equipped with many of the features they were looking for. Santucci oversees the fabrication of all JACO products including the nation's leading line of mobile wireless PC carts and platforms. He also appreciates the machine's laser. Furthermore, he notes that the machine's minimal setup time enables JACO to operate in a just-in-time environment.


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