News & In the News
Minerals processing machinery ensures some of the harshest possible conditions - erosion, corrosion and wear through repetitive impact. A new research partnership between LaserBond Limited, University of SA and the IMCRC plans to increase the longevity of minerals processing equipment through laser cladding.
Wayne Hooper was invited by Finance News Network to present at their May 2019 Investor Event. Link to videos:
LaserBond have developed a new product - composite carbide long life steel mill rolls which are exceeding customer expectations in increased service life and decreased maintenance costs.
Wayne Hooper was invited by Finance News Network to present at their October 2018 Investor Event. Links to videos:
LaserBond is supporting and participating in a new Australian Research Council (ARC) training centre in Surface Engineering for Advanced Materials (SEAM).
LaserBond has signed its second Technology Licensing Agreement, this time with a UK based multinational engineering company.
UniSA researchers are working with the mining industry to tackle a $30 billion national problem – wear and tear.
LaserBond is Cover Feature of Leading International Laser Technology Magazine
“Industrial Laser Solutions” provides global coverage of industrial laser applications, technology, and companies who participate in the largest commercial portion of the global laser market. It’s read by over 58,000 engineers who are buying and using lasers.
Our first export of a LaserBond, designed and manufactured advanced laser cladding system has shipped. After 5 weeks in transit it will be installed and commissioned in a facility in China who has bought our hardware and is licencing LaserBond integration software and ongoing laser cladding technical support.
LaserBond recently held their AGM, Sharon Masige of Australian Mining interviewed our Chairman about the company's highlights of the year, including recent partnerships with University of South Australia / Future Industries Institute and their vision for the future.
LaserBond's long standing R&D efforts are being ramped up through strategic partnerships with indusrty and R&D institutions. Recent grants from Commonwealth and State Governments are multiplying the impact of our ongoing investment.
The University of South Australia (UNISA)'s future industries institute (FII) announced a research collaboration agreement with Laserbond, providing the foundations for a centre of excellence in wear-life extension for resource industries.
The biggest laser of its kind in the Southern Hemisphere is coming to Adelaide to help an Australian surface engineering company double production.