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Laser Material Processing System utilizes hybrid technology.
Press Release Summary:
August 28, 2014 - Suitable for cutting, marking, and engraving of both organic and inorganic materials, XLS10MWH Multiwave Hybrid™ System combines laser energy from CO2 lasers of 9.3 or 10.6 microns and fiber laser of 1.06 microns into simultaneous delivery of single beam. Control of lasers individually or simultaneously provides infinite laser energy combinations for development of laser material processes. System supports processing of aerospace, automotive, electronic, and other engineered materials.
Original Press Release
Universal Laser Systems Announces XLS10MWH with Patent Pending Multiwave Hybrid(TM) Technology for Advanced Laser Material Processing
Press release date: August 21, 2014
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.
To learn more about the XLS10MWH and access the Multiwave Hybrid™ Technology for Advanced Laser Material Processing whitepaper, go to www.ulsinc.com. To learn more about processing specific materials with the XLS10MWH, send your inquiry to firstname.lastname@example.org.
About the XLS Product Family
The XLS product family consists of modules that work together like building blocks to create the perfect solution to meet present and future business needs. This modular design architecture allows for the customized selection from modules that include a feature-rich, highly configurable platform, lasers, focusing optics, workflow and process optimization, safety and facility, and software.
About Universal Laser Systems, Inc.
For over 25 years Universal Laser Systems has been gaining extensive experience with laser-material interactions. Using this experience, Universal Laser Systems develops customizable DLMP™ (Digital Laser Material Processing) solutions to deliver the highest capability, flexibility, and performance lasers and laser system solutions for advanced material processing.