Laser Application Laboratory (LAL) is a co-operation unit of the Departments of Material Science and Production Engineering.
LAL has been founded to: Develop advanced education and research environment Laser surface modifications Welding and other laser processes
Conduct research and technology transfer Form modern test and demonstration place for dental applications Laser scanning Advantages of laser For clinical application Soft tissue Hard tissue Photobiomodulation
The biggest advantages of laser hardening are limited energy distribution and small distortions. Heat effect can be easily adjusted, which makes possible precise hardening patterns in depth and areas. Hardening of large 3-D areas (even 2 m2/h) is also possible.
Other laser processes like welding and cutting can also be tested at LAL or in one of our co-operation institutes. Technical application of lasers for direct sintering steriolithography.
Develop advanced education and research environment
Laser surface modifications
Welding and other laser processes