BLM Group’s role in building sustainable constructions with lasers

BLM Group building sustainable constructions with lasers

BLM is part of the EU-funded project LASTTS (LASer cutting Technology for Tubular Structures), the aim of which is to validate, through experimental tests, the use of passing through structural joints made by laser cutting of tubes and beams. The aim is to make the construction industry more efficient and sustainable.

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New record for Central Laser Facilitiy’s DiPOLE technology

A new generation DiPOLE laser, delivering 10 J pulses at 100 Hz repetition rate (1 kW average power) has been developed and commissioned by the CALTA team at STFC’s Central Laser Facility (CLF). This is part of a 45M Euro bilateral collaboration between HiLASE and the CLF called Widespread, jointly funded by the European Commission and the Czech Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports (MEYS).

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