Leser bevel cutting in Japan's shipyards

Koike, Hiedo
July 2009
Industrial Laser Solutions;Jul2009, Vol. 24 Issue 7, p4
The article provides information on the laser bevel cutting and its relevance to shipyard industry's cutting operation in Japan. Accordingly, it notes the acceleration of using lasers in the country's shipyard industry and cites its brief historical background in European countries before its introduction in Japan. It highlights the Japanese companies that have developed lasers with higher performance, particularly Koike and its innovative cutting lasers.


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