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Laser Lines becomes UK Reseller for SISMA’s Welding Systems

Laser Lines, the UK’s leading supplier of industrial & scientific lasers, accessories and 3D printers, today announces that it has become an exclusive UK reseller of SISMA’s laser welding systems, suitable for customers in industrial and the mould tool repair markets requiring manual, semi-manual and automatic systems.

Chris Ogden, Manager of the Industrial & Scientific Laser Division at Laser Lines, says: “We are delighted to be working with SISMA. With its their offerings in laser welding, SISMA has an extremely comprehensive range of solutions including automated and programmable systems for the more demanding welding applications of modern industry.”

SISMA offers both entry level systems for one-off welding applications, often used in the dental and jewellery industries, as well as more complex systems which include advanced movement and programmable welding path features, that can incorporate robotics. SISMA’s technology and products are recognised as being exceptional for users who are working on mould tool repair and those interested in an alternative method of manufacturing. Laser Lines will be selling systems based around both lamp-pumped and fibre laser technologies.

Chris continues: “Being able to sell SISMA’s products was very appealing to Laser Lines. As well as having some great features and a strong technical specification, SISMA’s laser welding solutions in particular are very competitively priced. And SISMA offers a wide range of laser powers within their technology offerings.”

Laser Lines have two of the SISMA systems at its Banbury facility and are offering demonstrations from August 2019. Users in the industrial and mould tool repair markets and those who require combined laser and CNC capabilities, who are interested in visiting the facility to see a demo, should contact Laser Lines on 01295 672500, email [email protected] or visit www.laserlines.co.uk.

Source: http://www.laserlines.co.uk

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