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LASER COMPONENTS, a self-proclaimed solution finder for complex optical and optoelectronic challenges, is presenting various laser modules at LIGNA 2023 that are especially suited for use in woodworking.15 May 2023
At LIGNA 2023 in Hanover, LASER COMPONENTS Germany GmbH from Olching near Munich will be showcasing laser modules that are specifically designed for use in woodworking. The company is placing a special focus on lasers for positioning and marking tasks as well as for machine vision.
Positioning lasers are designed to ensure precise cuts and drill holes in the wood industry. The dust-proof housings of the FLEXPOINT series ILM12F- and HD from LASER COMPONENTS offer a decisive advantage, especially in the demanding working environment of this industry. The lasers' optional green (520 nanometers) or red (635 nanometers) light is eye-safe according to laser class 1 or 2. The ILM12F module offers a special advantage with its integrated M12 thread for fast and secure mounting.
The FLEXPOINT MV series was developed by LASER COMPONENTS for use in machine vision. The product features of the modules are designed to provide reliable results even in real-time image processing with high resolution. This should enable significant efficiency increases in sawmills or in the inspection of finished furniture parts. At LIGNA, LASER COMPONENTS will present MV modules in various sizes and performance classes.
"LIGNA is one of the most important trade shows for the wood processing industry and provides us with an ideal platform to tap into this important market for our laser modules," said Jochen Maier, head of the Optosystems business unit at LASER COMPONENTS. "We look forward to engaging in dialog with visitors to the show and offering them customized solutions that increase their productivity and efficiency."
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