TITLE

WOOD PROCESSING BY LASER TOOLS

AUTHOR(S)
PETRU, Adrian; LUNGULEASA, Aurel
PUB. DATE
May 2014
SOURCE
Scientific Research & Education in the Air Force - AFASES;2014, Vol. 1, p227
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Nowadays the laser is used more and more in industrial application. This gains more and more uses in wood industry. Operations which cannot makes with traditional technology can be made by laser technology. This paper is a study about laser using in the wood industry. The paper is a synthesis about scientific literature and papers from this domain. It shows an approach of the processing as wood cutting, burning and engraving. This study brings together all processing parameters found in literature. Some particular characteristics of the wood processing by laser are also presented. Advantages and disadvantages of the laser working are presented, as well. The most used woody species are presented, too.
ACCESSION #
96436287

 

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