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THIS is what every driller wants. A surface-engineering specialist reckons they might be able to deliver and so far seems well on the way to a breakthrough in productivity.
The Australian Synchrotron facility in Melbourne is playing a significant part in manufacturing innovation. LaserBond was one of the first to utilise this technology to gain new imagery of our new laser deposition technology.
"New Laser Hammers Last Longer"... discusses the technology of the laser cladding process that makes DTH hammer last longer.
"Why Use Laser Cladding"... An improved laser cladding deposition process developed by AIDA Member LaserBond is proving far superior in extending wear life for tools, machinery components and wear parts across a vast range of industries and applications.
High technology investments and innovative engineering skills help LaserBond gain highly sought after research collaboration agreement. This strategic combination between UniSA:FII and LaserBond is almost unique in Australia;
LaserBond has seen positive results from its down-the-hole hammer and drilling component trials …