At LASER World of PHOTONICS 2022, we will once again be offering our guided tours on selected topics. We look forward to your participation!
Participation is free of charge.
We will provide you with further information on registration and the event days on this website as of January 2022.
Take advantage of the contacts and knowledge from the research institutions and stay informed about on the latest trends and developments.
Experts from the Institute for Machine Tools and Industrial Management (iwb) and the Bavarian Laser Center (blz) introduce the topic with a brief presentation on the topic and then went into greater detail on a guided tour of selected innovation drivers in the respective sector.
Experts from the iwb and the blz are available to answer questions after the tour.
The guided tours provide visitors a specific overview on the following topics:
|Duration:||Approx. 2 hours|
|Registration:||Pre-registration necessary, limited number of persons per group, no additional participation fee|
|Meeting point:||Speical show: Photons in Production (Hall C3)|
We are the “UltraKurzPulsLaser” network, probably the world's largest association of experts on the subject of ultra-short pulse lasers and material processing. The tour will begin with a short keynote speech at the UKPL network booth. Our experts then will lead you through the topic in more detail on a guided tour of the selected innovation drivers. A professional consultation including a question and answer session with our experts will round off the tour.
The use of ultra-short laser pulses (with extremely high peak intensities) results in completely new machining processes compared to conventional lasers. This enables high-precision material removal, drilling of diverse micro-holes and the processing of temperature-sensitive materials.
The guided tour offers an overview of the value chain from laser production and beam shaping, through system technology to processes in the ultrafast machining with direct contact to the associated manufacturers and it also highlights other possible applications such as spectroscopy and microscopy.