Laser equipment orders surge 14.7 percent from first quarter 2007, according to AMT

November 2007
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The article discusses a report from the Association of Manufacturing Technology (AMT) on the orders of industrial laser equipment and systems in North America for the second quarter of 2007. According to the report, the orders of industrial laser equipment are at $141.5 million during the quarter, an increase of 14.7% from the previous quarter. The study also showed that 2D cutting applications are the largest source of industrial laser activity.


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