LUNOVU - Integrated Laser Solutions

LUNOVU designs and builds complex laser systems, providing integrated solutions for customers in R&D and industry, in applications such as additive manufacturing, laser cladding or micro processing. Our unique products are based on high performance hardware, proprietary control software and application specific process know-how.

LUNOVU laser systems are based on a modular concept. The product portfolio covers 2 to 5 axes cartesian setups in various sizes. Additionally, systems based on articulated robots are available. By merging all critical system components, such as mechanics, electronics, controls, automation and process,  a truly integrated system is created which offers significant added value to our customers.

LUNOVU laser machines use latest technology. Laser Metal Deposition (LMD) systems for laser cladding, (also referred to as DED - Direct Energy Deposition or DMD - Direct Metal Deposition) for example, are equipped with a unique sensor technology that scans and digitizes parts surfaces, and automatically calculates and executes welding paths.

Recently, the EHLA process (extreme high speed laser cladding) which was developed by Fraunhofer ILT gained a lot of interest due to its capability to coat parts with unsurpassed velocity and efficiency.

 

LUNOVU Laser Metal Deposition (LMD) system for EHLA process

 

LUNOVU Ultra Short Pulse (USP) laser systems allow "cold" ablation of various materials, opening fascinating new application areas.

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Project SimConDrill nominated for Green Award

January 30, 2020

The research project SimConDrill which is funded by BMBF aims at the development of novel water filters for micro plastic filtration using laser-drilled fine holes. Within this project, LUNOVU develops a special measurement system. Recently, the project has been nominated for one of the Green Awards which will be awarded during the Greentech festival in Berlin in June 2020.

> Fraunhofer ILT press release

 

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