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Universal Laser Systems Announces XLS10MWH With Patent Pending Multiwave Hybrid™ Technology For Advanced Laser Material Processing

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. — August 21, 2014 — Universal Laser Systems announces the release of the XLS10MWH Multiwave Hybrid™ laser material processing platform as the newest member of the XLS product family. The XLS10MWH platform combines the laser energy from CO2 lasers of 9.3 or 10.6 microns and a fiber laser of 1.06 microns into the simultaneous delivery of a single beam-an industry first. By allowing laser configurations of multiple wavelengths, this innovative technology opens up new possibilities for laser material processing.

The XLS10MWH offers the greatest range of material and laser process capabilities, including cutting, marking and engraving both organic and inorganic materials. The control of lasers individually or simultaneously provides infinite laser energy combinations for the development of new laser material processes, offering advantages in advanced material processing of aerospace, automotive, electronic and other engineered materials, including reinforced polymers, composites, nanocomposites and even hybrid materials.

Posted August 26, 2014

Source: Universal Laser Systems

 




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