White Paper

Keeping Your Additive Manufacturing Laser In Spec

Source: Ophir Photonics

John McCauley, Key Automotive Accounts Manager, Ophir Products

Additive manufacturing allows for the manufacturing of more customized parts, using more specialized materials, and will eventually create a more localized, rapid, and agile distribution network than what have been used to. Among hundreds of variables that are associated with an additive manufacturing process are the many variables associated with the laser that is used within the system. This white paper discusses important laser performance characteristics, how to measure them, and how to keep the laser in spec.

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