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Industrial laser material processing nowadays offers a number of technological and economic advantages that often can't be achieved by conventional production methods. That's why many companies are showing an interest in laser technology--but there's frequently a long process to be gone through from the first feasibility study to an investment in a laser plant of your own…
The "LASER on demand" principle doesn't just mean renting industrial laser sources to meet a need ("on demand" = as required), but also includes appropriate assistance from operating personnel or applications engineers on site. That makes it possible for small and medium enterprises as well as large firms to learn about the benefits of laser technology, and to use them without immediately being confronted with high investment or training costs. And, in addition, laser-based commissioned work using mobile systems is also being offered as a service.
LASER on demand GmbH is your skilled partner in exploiting laser technology for material processing. From the first feasibility study through process development and on up to implementation at customers' premises on site, we are a single-source supplier of turnkey solutions.
The advantages of mobile laser systems are also available for rent. The main advantage of this is that the time frame and the equipment supplied are tailored to the client's needs. The spectrum ranges from renting the pure laser beam source with fibre optics (optical fibre cables) and an optical processing system that is temporarily integrated into a client's existing plant, up to the provision of a complete transportable laser systems containing all the system components required for the processing and can be put into operation on customers' premises as a stand-alone system independent of the existing infrastructure.
Used machinery very frequently offers an exceptionally good performance/price-ratio. That's also true of laser technology – if and when high-quality systems are available. It's particularly important here, however, to know where the dividing line lies between equipment that can still be used reliably, even after many years, and that which is no longer economically useful.
Our many years of experience with applications have made us familiar not only with laser systems but also with the laser processes themselves; that's how we know what each technology can achieve.
The use of multiple scan heads allows a quasi-simultaneous cutting of three-dimensional parts without loosing valuable time. Within the research project CO-COMPACT, LASER on demand and their partners LZH and Element develop new solutions for the production of fiber reinforced components.