The MultiFlex project had a first interim review meeting end
of November in Brussels.
We combined this with a regular project meeting to discuss the next steps towards our first demonstrators mid of 2020. We are making good progress and are optimistic to finish the demonstrator machine in time and start to tests all developed components.
During the review meeting with the EC we got fair and
helpful comments and advices about our work. This helps to steer our activities
in the right direction.
We all are looking forward to the next months with excitement and confidence.
At the LASER World of PHOTONICS, one of the largest trade fairs for components, systems and applications in the field of photonics, the MultiFlex project will be represented this year. Alexander Meyer (Fraunhofer ILT) presents the MultiFlex project at the accompanying conference “Laser in Manufacturing” in his talk “Selective Multibeam micro processing of metal with a 1×8 beam array” as the next big step in scaling-up ultrafast laser processing.
At the forum “Intelligent Laser-Based Manufacturing in Europe” Johannes Finger (Fraunhofer ILT) talks about the role of digitalization within and the perspective of artificial intelligence for the MultiFlex project.
Come and meet the MultiFlex consortium at the LASER World of PHOTONICS from June 24th to June 27th in Munich.
LIM 2019 System Technology and Process Control – Micro, Laser Safety “Selective Multibeam micro processing of metal with a 1×8 beam array” June 25th, 14:00-15:30 ICM Room 22b
Intelligent Laser-Based Manufacturing in Europe “MultiFlex – Ultrashort Pulsed Laser Processing at 1 Kilowatt Using a Flexible Multi Beam Approach “ June 27th, 10:00-12:20 Photonics Forum “Laser & Optics” Hall B3, B3.361.
For the fifth time, specialists from laser development, process
engineering and industry met in Aachen to discuss innovative topics in
the field of Ultrashort Pulse Lasers and their applications.
With over 170 participants from 14 countries it was a great forum to introduce the MultiFlex project to experts and end-users of ultrafast laser technology.
In the talks fo Oscar Hofmann (RWTH TOS) entiteld “Design of Multibeam Optics for High Throughput Parallel Processing” and Dr. Jose Antonio Ramos de Campos (LASEA) about “Advanced Beam Management: Combination of Beam Shaping and Splitting for High-Power fs Laser Cutting and Drilling Applications” MultiFlex was made a subject of disucssion for the present laser technology experts.