Synova Licenses Water Jet-Guided Laser Technology to Japanese Manufacturer

May 2007
Welding Journal;May2007, Vol. 86 Issue 5, p12
Trade Publication
The article reports that Lausanne, Switzerland-based Synova has signed a licensing agreement with Japanese laser equipment manufacturer Kataoka Corp. under which Kataoka will integrate Synova's Laser MicroJet technology into its laser-processing systems which are sold exclusively in Japan. The agreement includes the opening of a joint micromachining center at Kataoka's Kuze facility in Kyoto.


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