LENS System to Be Featured at 2011 TMS Conference

Dépèche transmise le 23 février 2011 par Business Wire

LENS System to Be Featured at 2011 TMS Conference

LENS System to Be Featured at 2011 TMS Conference

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Optomec announced today that the Company will showcase its Laser Engineered Net Shaping (LENS) MR-7 System featuring an integrated Stratonics ThermaViz thermal imager at the TMS Annual Meeting and Exhibition in San Diego, California, February 28-March 2 (booth #407). The TMS Meeting draws an extensive technical audience and spotlights the latest developments in the emerging materials and materials characterization areas.

“Accelerating R&D of Novel Alloys and Metallic Devices with LENS”

The LENS MR-7 system has been specially designed for the material researcher to rapidly produce novel materials with exceptional quality. It is an ideal system for materials research, rapid alloy discovery, process development, solidification and materials processing research. Key features include the Stratonics ThermaViz non-contact thermal imaging system for measuring temperature and cooling rate; an inert processing chamber; dual powder feeders, and a fiber laser. A webinar titled “Accelerating R&D of Novel Alloys and Metallic Devices with LENS” provides more information on the LENS MR-7 system and application examples. Click here to access the webinar.

Also, Jim Craig, CEO of Stratonics, will give a presentation titled “On-Line Imaging Pyrometer for Laser Deposition Processing” on Thursday, March 3. Mr. Craig’s presentation will focus on new developments in monitoring the temperature distribution of the melt pool during LENS processing. The presentation will also explain how the ThermaViz has been successfully integrated into the LENS MR-7 system, and discuss how ThermaViz has been used to measure the critical deposit parameters of peak temperature and cooling rate necessary for controlling metallurgy. Richard Grylls, LENS Product Manager, stated, “Stratonics ThermaViz system has added a significant new capability to the LENS system, providing critical process monitoring and understanding. Researchers looking to understand the processing-microstructure-property relationships of their material will find the MR-7 system a vital research tool.” Optomec’s Aerosol Jet technology for printed electronics will also be showcased in the exhibit booth.

Optomec is the world-leading provider of additive manufacturing solutions for high-performance applications in the Electronics, Solar, Medical, and Aerospace & Defense markets. These systems utilize Optomec’s patented Aerosol Jet Printed Electronics technology and LENS powder-metal fabrication technology. The company has a global customer base of more than 100 users that includes many industry-leading manufacturers.

Aerosol Jet and Optomec are registered trademarks of Optomec, Inc.

LENS is a registered trademark of Sandia Corporation.

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