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Photonik Kolloquium

Dienstag/Tuesday, 26.02.2019, NTB, Buchs SG

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Laser MicroJet technology and its industrial applications


The Laser MicroJet® (LMJ) technology is based on the coupling of laser light into a laminar flow water jet, typically in the order of 25 to 100 microns in diameter. During cutting or drilling applications, the laser is used to ablate and melt the workpiece whilst the water jet serves the purposes of guiding, cleaning and cooling. This unique combination results in parallel kerf walls, reduced heat affected zone and absence of heat accumulation.


Thanks to its versatile technology, the Laser MicroJet is capable of machining a wide range of materials, also of non-conductive nature; from metals to advanced materials such as composites or ceramics as well as super-hard materials such as industrial diamond.

This presentation will introduce you to the working principle and potential of the wet laser technology and show new and proven applications in aerospace, toolmaking and metalworking industries.

Referent

Dr. Amédéé Zryd
MSc in Physics, EPFL; Dr Sc. Nat, ETHZ
Synova S.A.

After postdoctoral research on Laser Surface Treatment of metallic alloys, Dr Zryd spent his career in the direction of startup and SME, managing engineering, products & quality, and leading cross-functional teams between R&D, Operations and Sales. His experience covers various industrial fields, from machine tool to medical devices and the energy sector. He has also been Professor of Material Science at the University of Applied Sciences, Western Switzerland. (HES-SO Haute école spécialisée de Suisse occidentale)

Datum
Dienstag, 26. Februar 2019

Zeit
17.00 - 18.00 Uhr mit anschliessendem Apéro, sponsored by Swissphotonics NTN

Konferenzsprache
Vortrag deutsch / Folien englisch

Ort
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NTB Buchs
Hörsaal H4
Werdenbergstrasse 4
9471 Buchs SG
Anreise

Kosten
Dieser Anlass ist kostenlos.
 


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Kontakt NTB
Prof. Dr. Carsten Ziolek
+41 81 755 34 41

Kontakt Swissphotonics NTN
Dr. Christoph S. Harder
Präsident Swissphotonics NTN
+41 79 219 90 51


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