SPIE PHOTONICS WEST – the world’s largest photonics technologies event focusing on research in biomedical optics, biophotonics, industrial lasers, optoelectronics, microfabrication, MOEMS-MEMS, displays, quantum technologies, including quantum 2.0, etc.
It is also an opportunity to meet with our colleagues Tomas Mocek, Sanin Zulic, Petr Hauschwitz and Michal Chyla. To book a meeting, please feel free to contact them at email@example.com or by LinkedIn Messaging. They will be more than happy to discuss one of the topics below with you and help you to find the right laser solution for your business.
- advanced laser applications that can boost your production: laser shock peening, laser surface treatment, laser micro/nanomachining, antibacterial surfaces, etc.
- top-class laser technologies including compact laser systems adjustable to your needs, such as PERLA® 100 laser system and GOpico® fiber oscilator
- smart and safe solutions for laser systems and applications, testing of materials and components on resistance to laser irradiation
Why to meet with us? We successfully work together with a number of leading companies operating in various industries, from optical component manufacturers to the automotive industry. We will evaluate your problem and propose and test suitable solution – for example how to improve your product or make the manufacturing process more effective. We can also provide support during the implementation process.
Do not miss the presentation of Petr Hauschwitz: Towards mass production of functionalized plastic components via multi-beam nanostructuring of moulds on 31 January 2023 at 2:00 PM PST at Moscone Center, Room 208, Level 2 South. Click here for more details and full version of the article.
Petr Hauschwitz | Towards mass production of functionalized plastic components via multi-beam nanostructuring of moulds
Paper presentation | 31 January 2023 | 2:00 PM - 2:20 PM PST | Moscone Center, Room 208 (Level 2 South) | Smart surface functionalization by laser-made micro and nanostructures is a suitable tool to maximize the value of a product and enable new properties for common materials. In this work, we introduce multi-beam technologies able to efficiently micro/nanostructure metallic moulds with the ability to transfer micro/nanoscale morphology to complex 3D polymeric components via mass production techniques such as injection moulding.