The Lasys exhibition in Stuggart is focused like a laser.

18 July 2016
The Lasys exhibition in Stuggart is focused like a laser.

Purex recently exhibited its range of fume extraction systems at the Lasys show in Stuttgart, including the revolutionary new touch screen iFume extraction system.

The industry meeting place for manufacturers, users and decision-makers from the world of industry: LASYS is the leading international trade fair to focus on the use of lasers in industrial manufacturing.

In an unrivalled way it shows the entire user spectrum of lasers, covering a comprehensive range of laser applications across different industries and materials.

Focussing on laser production systems, laser-specific components and subsystems, LASYS is the ideal platform for intelligent system solutions, special applications, new fields of application, as well as industry trends and innovations in laser material processing.

Lasys exhibition on the Purex stand

Jon Young - Technical Sales Manager and Trefor Jones Managing Director - Purex

 

This is the first time Purex has exhibited at Lasys and we were impressed by the quality of the visitors. Each and every person approached us with an application requiring our expertise. It was also good to catch up with the other exhibitors.
Jon Young - Technical Sales Manager.

 Purex showed several solutions to laser fume, including:

  • The revolutionary iFume touch screen fume extractor for laser coding and engraving
  • The new 800i PVC. A high powered system used on applications involving PVC. The 800i is specially designed and finished to prevent corrosion caused by exposure to hydrochloric acid formed when lasing PVC
  • Xbase - Designed to allow an engraving laser to be mounted on top, giving the user a movable workstation
  • FumeCube MAX - Ideal for laser coding at slower speeds, exhibitions and demonstrations due to its small size and light weight
  • 800i 3 Tier - Ideal for use when engraving acrylic, this machine has extra specialised carbon filters to filter the gaseous contaminants formed when engraving acrylic.

 For more information please contact us or your local distributor.