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Laser Services Inc., (www.laserservicesusa.com), an ISO and AS9100 registered laser job shop, has announced the creation of the world’s first super hero who packs a laser in the tip of his finger to be ready at a moment’s notice to cut, drill, or weld his way out of any situation.
Laser Services Inc. announces the promotion of three of its employees as a direct result of receiving a Workforce Training Grant in 2012. They were awarded the training grant last April to train employees in Lean Manufacturing and other advanced manufacturing techniques. As a result of this training, Laser Services has significantly improved a number of processes including scheduling, planning, tooling, and production.
To talk about their laser cutting, drilling, marking, and welding expertise, Laser Services Inc., a precision laser job shop located in Westford, MA, recently attended the 2013 BioMed Exposition and Conference in Boston, MA April 10th and 11th.
Lasers offer distinct advantages over machine cutting of frozen epoxies and EMI/noise suppression materials. Achieving consistency and repeatability with traditional methods of machining is challenging, as these methods often damage and waste material, and frozen epoxies and EMI materials require special handling throughout the manufacturing process.
LaserServices Inc. (www.laserservicesusa.com), a precision laser job shop located in Westford, MA, has announced that they have been awarded a $61,200 Workforce Training Fund grant from the Commonwealth of Massachusetts for an employee training and professional development project. Laser Services will use the grant for training programs for 32 employees and expects to create four new jobs as a result of this project.
Engineers at IMS 2012 in Montreal, Canada looking for guidance on how best to employ lasers to aid in cutting, drilling and ablating materials will find help from the Laser Services team in booth #215. One such technique being adopted around the microwave industry is using laser ablation to create solder dams on circuits.
Laser Services Inc. has announced the addition of a new microscope-aligned CO2 laser to bring greater capacity to their substrate and PCB cutting department. This brings the total of microscope-aligned CO2 lasers to four in daily operation, adding 33 percent capacity to their fine alignment capability. This increased capacity allows for quicker order turns and shorter lead times.
Laser Services Inc. has announced the hiring of several new team members in response to over a 15 percent growth in 2011.
Laser Services Inc. has announced that as part of their ongoing commitment to ISO and AS 9100 standards, they have recently reached a new plateau in process management.
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