MACSA PARTICIPATES IN THE LASYS INTERNATIONAL FAIR

DATE: 24-26 June 2014
EXHIBITION: Interpack
ADDRESS: Landesmesse Stuttgart GmbH, Messepiazza 1 70629 Stuttgart (Germany)
LOCATION: Hall H4, stand 4A10

Manresa, May 9, 2014.- MACSA ID, The Manresa family business dedicated to traceability, laser coding and marking, TAKES part in the LASYS-International Trade Fair for Laser Material Processing to be held in Stuttgart from 24 to 26 June. The fair will feature more than 200 exhibitors of which approximately 30% are from outside Germany. LASYS has become an essential event for companies using laser technology, as it is the only international trade fair for high technology laser application in all industries and materials.

MACSA is presenting has a new generation of lasers that meets the varied needs of industry: from small and adaptable lasers for any environment to ecological lasers, all developed from MACSA's own R&D department. The Manresa Company thus aims to offer solutions tailored to market demands.

The latest from MACSA I.D. atLASYS
 

MACSA will be presenting its latest innovation, the iLASERBOX: Workstations used in semi-manual laser marking and low workload applications, fully equipped and intuitive. iLASERBOX workstations operate with MACSA YAG lasers and fibre. When integrated in iLASERBOX, these lasers become top-class complete marking equipment, fully automated and ready for use.

In addition it submits the D Series lasers, YAG lasers formed by fast and powerful lasers for marking and engraving a wide range of plastic and metal; S Series, a variant of the K Series with a small separate laser head (they are ideal for installations where access is restricted); gLASER, a green YAG laser designed for use in special applications (High-tech sectors such as aerospace, solar and electronics); the NANO D and NANO F, Compact YAG lasers presenting an attractive alternative to traditional technologies; and the S Series, pulsed fibre lasers, fast and powerful, for marking and engraving plastics and metals.

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