Visit us at the Hannover Messe 2019

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At the Hannover Messe (April 01st to 05th, 2019), the Laser Zentrum Hannover e.V. (LZH) will be presenting individual comprehensive solutions for processes and systems from various application areas of laser material processing.

Under the overall theme „Laser processing is a matter for the head“ the LZH shows selected laser processing heads at the Pavilion of Niedersachsen (hall 2, stand A08).

Industry 4.0 requires processes that integrate into existing production environments: customer-specific, system-technical solutions are in demand. The presented laser heads are just as different as the associated processes. Laser deposition welding, notching, multi-cutting and structuring processes can be customized. The laser is the perfect tool for the manufacturing of tomorrow.

For example, we will show you how laser technlogy enables non-contact processing of the inner surfaces of a motor block.

 

Laser head for internal surfaces

 

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A trade fair highlight is the laser processing head for internal surfaces (LZH-IBK), constructed by the Laser Zentrum Hannover e.V. (LZH). The fifth generation of the processing head makes it possible to structure internal surfaces, for example in an engine block.

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COAXIAL LASER-WIRE PROCESSING HEAD

 

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With their self-developed coaxial laser-wire processing head, the scientists of the Laser Zentrum Hannover e.V. (LZH) are meeting the demand for a flexible system for the Additive Manufacturing with wire materials. The coaxial guidance of the laser radiation to the wire-shaped coating material allows a direction-independent Additive Manufacturing. This is an enormous advantage, especially for the construction of complex structures as well as for the repair and coating of components.

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CONTROL REMOTE LASER PROCESSING HEAD

 

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High speeds in laser material processing pose great challenges for the process control and monitoring. Conventional control technology reaches its limits here. Especially when remote material processing requires the synchronization with moving components, or when sensor signals are to be detected. The LZH is therefore working on a novel high-speed control technology that enables both the highly dynamic processing of the material as well as the control of the process.

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MOBILE LASER HEAD FOR RESCUE OPERATIONS

 

Mobiler Laserkopf für Rettungseinsätze

The robust and yet handy laser processing head was developed by the scientists of the LZH within the scope of the project "LaserRettung". The mobile, hand-guided laser head is designed to help emergency personnel in traffic accidents to quickly and safely separate vehicles in order to enable a speedy rescue of injured persons.

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3D-PRINTED LASER PROCESSING HEAD

 

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The 3D-printed laser processing head has been developed by the company LASER on demand GmbH (LOD) in cooperation with the Laser Zentrum Hannover e.V. (LZH) and the Kampfmittelräumdienst Hamburg (KRD) within the scope of the project DEFLAG "Safe Deflagration of Duds by Laser Technology". Unexploded bombs are still a serious threat to civil security in many parts of the world. In the DEFLAG project, the partners are therefore working on a laser technology to safely defuse bombs in the future.

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