Proper optics cleaning and protection can save costs
Problems may not always reveal themselves during maintenance checks
Material quality and composition can play a role
Temperature changes can adversely affect lasers in many ways
Cold snap chills out lasers
Without proper housekeeping, laser-cut metal particles can lead to danger
Contaminated shop air can cause problems for lasers
Having the correct cutting gas and connection can alleviate problems
What are adaptive optics, and why is it important to know if a laser uses them?
With the state of the economy plummeting and competition for work at record highs, how can manufacturing costs be reduced?
Is your company saving pennies or dollars?
What to do before and during equipment malfunctions
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