Laser Technology Mazak and partners open specialist laser technology centre in Sweden
Sweden — A new specialist technology centre for laser machine users based in Sweden is due to officially open in December.
The new Nordic Laser Technology Centre (NLTC) has been developed in partnership with Yamazaki Mazak’s two official distributors in the Nordic region, Ravema in Sweden and Norway and the Wihuri Group, who operate in Finland.
This collaboration will allow each partner and our customers to benefit from shared resources and expertise along with a state-of-the-art facility for demonstrations, virtual demonstrations, test cutting and training. In addition, a range of laser solutions will be on display, including laser machines, sheet metal software, measuring systems, and automation solutions.
In addition, the facility will feature Mazak’s new Go Green initiative that aims to help customers develop more environmentally friendly production practices designed to reduce their machine CO2 footprint. It also aims to engage machine owners to record, analyse and optimise their energy usage, in order to report a precise carbon footprint for each part made on a machine.
The 4000m2 NLTC is located on Ravema’s Värnamo site in Sweden and will be officially opened at a special Open House on 14th December. The facility will showcase a range of laser and machine tool technologies at a launch Open House that will also include two seminars on end-to-end digital manufacturing and mobile industrial robots for efficient internal transportation.
On the day, the NLTC will have an Optiplex Fiber 3015 III 10 kW equipped with Mazak’s Quick Cell automation system, as the showcase laser demonstration machine. Alongside will be a number of machines recently exhibited at EMO in Milan, including the CV5-500, simultaneous 5-axis machining centre, the new VCE-600 entry-level vertical machining centre and the QTE-300 MSY SG, equipped with new SmoothEz programming and Ravema Smart Automation.
Värnamo is located in Sweden and within easy travelling distance for Norwegian and Danish laser machine users. The facility is Mazak’s second specialist laser technology centre located in Europe, following the opening of the European Laser Technology Centre in Milan.