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12/27/2016

Trumpf Opens Laser Application Laboratory in Silicon Valley

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The new facility provides easier access to key customers.

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Laser system manufacturer Trumpf has opened a new technology and laser center in Santa Clara, California. Its location in Silicon Valley puts the laboratory close to key customers and partners from a range of industries, in particular those in the consumer electronics and e-mobility sectors, the company says.

“Our new application laboratory for laser processing, micro applications and coating technology places us firmly at the heart of the U.S. technology industry and brings us close to our customers and partners in this region,” says Peter Leibinger, vice chairman of the Trumpf Group’s managing board and head of the laser technology/electronics division. “This means we can examine each customer’s individual requirements and ideas on site.”

The Santa Clara application laboratory is equipped with a variety of technology including continuous wave (CW) lasers, short and ultra-short pulsed lasers, and beam sources and generators.

Trumpf has other application labs in Detroit, Michigan, and Farmington, Connecticut.

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