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6/14/2017

Amada Miyachi Expands Application Lab

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The lab space includes 11 application-specific labs supporting each of the company’s product lines and offering application development services for welding, marking, cutting, drilling, milling and more.

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Amada Miyachi America Inc. (Monrovia, California), a manufacturer of resistance welding, laser welding, marking, cutting, and micromachining equipment and systems, has expanded its application laboratories. The enhanced application technical center features 25,000 square feet of lab space situated in a new 85,000-square-foot manufacturing facility. It is equipped with 11 application-specific labs that support each of the company’s product lines, processing nearly 100 samples per month. The new laboratory updates include an ultra-fast laser development center, equipped with both femtosecond and picosecond lasers.

Application engineers support front-end development and help customers select the right equipment for robust processes. Ten full-time application experts are available to help customers with a range of application development services for welding, marking, cutting, drilling, milling, ablation, scribing and texturing of metals, polymers, glasses, and ceramics. Limited contract manufacturing work is also available.

Additional equipment used in development includes a variety of scan heads, stent cutters, and XY motion platforms. The lab also offers optical and scanning electron microscope (SEM) inspection, a 3D digital microscope, and mini coordinate measuring machine (CMM) dimensional measurement and verifier services.

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