Laser Photonics Corporation LASE, ("LPC"), a leading global industrial developer of Cleantech laser systems for laser cleaning and other materials applications, today announced that Detroit Diesel recently completed the implementation of its first CleanTech Laser Cleaning Robot system in its manufacturing facilities.
Wayne Tupuola, chief executive officer of Laser Photonics, commented: "Detroit Diesel's use of our CleanTech Laser Blasting system is one of the first of its kind to be installed in a manufacturing facility and is yet another proven use case for our technology. Our robot system allows them to reduce the preparation time and increase throughput speeds. Additionally, by cleaning and removing corrosion from particulate filters, we are helping increase manufacturing yields and expanding the life of these filters."
The CleanTech™ Laser Cleaning Robot is the first commercially available collaborative, easily programmable, AI-capable Laser Cleaning system in the US. Due to precise positioning and tight focusing of the laser beam, Laser Cleaning processes are optimized for much smaller laser powers than used by handheld laser cleaners. It allows the dramatic cost reduction and makes it affordable for the majority of industrial businesses.
While maintaining high speed and throughput it produces high-quality cleaning results, both in surface integrity parameters and visual appearance, impossible to achieve by manual operation of handheld machines. It eliminated concerns over the human hazard and eye safety while acting as additional loyal employee capable of fulfilling multiple tasks at the same time: Cleaning Operator, QC Inspector, Engineering Programmer and Process Engineer (Have to be equipped with AI module, 3D scanner and Visualizer, Vision system, Class 1 Safety shroud or enclosure).For more information on the CleanTech Laser Cleaning Robot, click here https://www.laserphotonics.com/laser-cleaning/laser-cleaning-robot
Detroit Diesel is the industry-leading original equipment manufacturer of state-of-the-art engines, axles and transmissions specifically designed for integrated, optimized performance and efficiency inside Freightliner and Western Star Trucks. The Detroit product portfolio has expanded to include advanced safety systems and telematics, delivering a total trucking solution.
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