Solution Center - Meet the experts
Six renowned institutes and research facilities will be available to trade visitors at LASYS under the motto "Solution Center - Meet the experts" as contact partners for all questions regarding laser material processing: Institut für Strahlwerkzeuge (IFSW), Bayrisches Laserzentrum GmbH (blz), Fraunhofer Institut für Werkstoff- und Strahltechnik (IWS), Laser Zentrum Hannover (LZH), Bremer Institut für angewandte Strahltechnik GmbH (BIAS) and Hochschule Mittweida.
Exchange ideas with the experts about current and future applications of lasers and get valuable suggestions for your production processes:
- Laserinstitut Hochschule Mittweida
- Institut für Strahlwerkzeuge IFSW
- Laser Zentrum Hannover e.V.
- Bremer Institut für angewandte Strahltechnik BIAS
- Fraunhofer IWS
- Bayerisches Laserzentrum GmbH
The Institute for Beam Tools (IFSW) at the University of Stuttgart, founded in 1986, pursues the goal of contributing to the progress of laser technology and its successful use in manufacturing applications through research and development work as well as teaching activities.
In line with the principle "from laser sources to applications, from applications to laser sources", interesting results from the institute will be exhibited at LASYS 2022. From optical elements from laser development to solutions in laser system technology and laser-manufactured demonstrators from the latest research results, all this provides an insight into the world of the institute and the laser as a tool.
Hall 4, booth 4A11
The Laser Zentrum Hannover e.V. (LZH) develops processes for the laser material processing of tomorrow. From small orders to the development and integration of comprehensive processes – the LZH is your partner for research and development, manufacturing and consulting.
The latest findings from applied and fundamental research are used by the researchers to optimize your manufacturing processes and to further develop innovative optical production technologies. Regardless of the processing presentation or the material, the LZH develops tailor-made solutions for you. In addition, the focus is on the monitoring and control of machining processes and laser safety technology.
The research institute's work spectrum includes light-based processes such as cutting, welding, ablation and structuring as well as additive manufacturing for metals, polymers, glass and composites. The LZH works closely with customers from the automotive industry, the aerospace industry, tool and mold making, shipbuilding and deep-sea mining as well as electronics manufacturing and biomedical engineering.
Hall 4, booth 4A19
BIAS - Bremer Institut für angewandte Strahltechnik GmbH is an independent, supra-regional research institute with more than 40 years of experience and is located in Bremen. From laser material processing, micromachining, additive manufacturing to optical measurements, we realize custom-fit solutions for you within the scope of research projects, feasibility studies or small series orders. We advise you competently and independently of manufacturers. From the idea to industrial application: process development, process optimization, control and monitoring.
At LASYS we will show you a selection of current topics: Laser dispersion as wear protection, titanium printing, copper processing, multi-parameter process control in 3D printing, laser structuring and polishing, additive manufacturing in powder beds, laser beam welding and a measuring system for LMD manufacturing. We are looking forward to your visit.
Hall 4, booth 4B16
Materials and Lasers – Competence with a System
Fraunhofer IWS develops complex system solutions in materials and laser technology. The scientists define themselves as idea drivers developing customized solutions based on laser applications, functionalized surfaces and material and process innovations – from easy-to-integrate custom solutions to cost-efficient solutions for small and medium-sized enterprises to industry-ready one-stop solutions. The research focuses on aerospace, energy and environmental technology, automotive, medical and mechanical engineering, toolmaking, electrical engineering and microelectronics, and photonics and optics sectors. In five future and innovation fields of battery technology, hydrogen technology, surface functionalization, photonic production systems and additive manufacturing, Fraunhofer IWS is already creating the basis today for the technological answers of tomorrow: About us – Fraunhofer IWS
Drive: fast solutions for industrial practice
The essential motivation for all Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft members is to transfer state-of-the-art research results directly into industrial application. Inspired by this idea, the Fraunhofer IWS researchers work every day to find answers to customers' and partners' requirements. Learn more about the service portfolio, possible cooperation forms, the mission statement and details of how Fraunhofer IWS can research and develop solutions for industry and society together with you.
Halle 4, booth 4C40
Due to their precision and flexibility matched with high machining rates and high efficiency, laser-based technologies open up new opportunities for designing products and processes. The development of new laser beam sources in combination with fast beam guiding systems has led to a considerable increase in the efficiency of processes. Examples are laser beam welding of dissimilar metal combinations and joining of fibre-reinforced plastic for lightweight construction or micro-machining of different materials for the generation of completely new functions. Currently, laser-based additive manufacturing technologies are in focus of interest. The selection of appropriate system technology and processes is essential for the success of new laser technologies in production. As an independent research and services enterprise the Bayerisches Laserzentrum GmbH (blz) has cross-technological competences including process technology, system technology, laser safety as well as training and education. Thus the blz is a qualified partner for production-related questions. We are pleased to support you to meet the technological challenges of the future with modern manufacturing processes.
For information on our current research and development activities, please see blz website.
Hall 4, booth 4C40