Lasers clean up

Heidelmann, Georg
February 2009
Industrial Laser Solutions;Feb2009, Vol. 24 Issue 2, p9
The article discusses the use of industrial de-coating and surface cleaning application of the advanced industrial laser technology in the U.S. It notes that several industries in the country adopted the advanced laser technology system for surface preparation tasks including mold cleaning, oil and grease removal, and joining pretreatment. The operating principle of advanced industrial laser is also elaborated.


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