Gisbert Ledvon to Speak About Laser Ablation at the SME MicroManufacturing and Nanomanufacturing Conferences

Gisbert Ledvon, Business Development Manager for AgieCharmilles, will be speaking about GF AgieCharmilles' new 3-5 axis laser ablation technology for surface structures at the MicroManufacturing and NanoManufacturing Conferences & Exhibits, April 5-6, 2011 in Oakbrook Terrace, Illinois. GF AgieCharmilles would like to encourage you to attend!

Once believed to be limited to the electronics industry, micro and nano manufacturing are now making an enormous impact in almost all areas of manufacturing. From new medical devices to creating precise, less expensive and flexible materials, these two technologies are changing the way we manufacture. “The possibilities that micro- and nanomanufacturing offer are so unbelievable, it is hard to wrap your mind around it,” said Lauralyn McDaniel, conference manager. “These technologies will be able to solve problems that we can’t even imagine right now.”

Presentations will discuss how micromanufacturing can improve part quality and lower production costs, sharing real examples that not only illustrate how to use the technologies, but also what not to do. Attendees can network with experts and peers in these fields, have specific problems solved by industry experts and find solution vendors for nearly every micromanufacturing challenge.

Presented during the Emerging MicroManufacturing Technologies & Applications session on Tuesday, April 5th (Day One) at 10:50 a.m. - 11:30 a.m., the laser ablation session will explain how GF AgieCharmilles' new laser ablation technology can be used to produce texturizing, engraving, micro-structuring, marking and labeling of 2D geometries right through to complex 3D geometries. Laser ablation will be compared to conventional surface treatment using manual etching processes.  And economic, ecological and design advantages of laser ablation will also be discussed.

Join 40,000 attendees, and register for this event today!  You won’t want to miss it!

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