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RevoLaze To Expand Laser Technology Center In Cleveland

Westlake, Ohio-based RevoLaze LLC — a developer and manufacturer of laser technology and processing machinery for the denim apparel industry — has announced plans to expand its Laser Technology Center. The center will be equipped with the company’s newest Linear Processing machine, which offers 5,000 watts of laser power; as well as a new delivery system for finished apparel. The center will enable the company and its customers to collaborate on product design and process improvements for denim garment production.
 
RevoLaze has been developing laser technology for denim applications for more than 20 years and holds 29 worldwide patents for laser scribing methods used in textile and denim processing.
 
“Our technologies help denim mills, denim laundries, denim manufacturers and apparel brands realize significant cost reductions, throughput enhancement and design flexibility,” said Darryl Costin, Ph.D., CEO, RevoLaze. “Importantly, our processes also result in significant environmental and health benefits via reduced water and chemical usage.” He also noted that laser technology replaces sandblasting and hand-sanding processes for finishing denim, thereby eliminating associated health hazards.
 
The new Linear Processing machine is expected to go on-line in September 2014.
 
July 22, 2014
 




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