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Laser Technology


Laser Technology



RFID - TOOL TRACKING SOLUTIONS

Radio Frequency Identification Technology (RFID) is used in a wide variety of applications to improve performance of manufacturing processes and to increase accuracy in the supply chain.

Authored by technology expert Manuel A. Pachano, you'll see the infrastructure and technology behind RFID as well as the real-world practical applications, challenges and advantages of using RFID to support quality and productivity. Viewers will visit four unique manufacturing companies to see how RFID helped to save money and ensure quality production.

SEE IT FIRST-HAND, THEN APPLY IT TO YOUR OPERATIONS!

  • Traxle Manufacturing demonstrates how RFID is used on precision tools to maintain and communicate activity history.

  • ABSKY identifies RFID as a complimentary solution to maintain, restock their MRO inventory system.

  • Witman shows us how RFID is incorporated on the end of a robotic tooling system to provide them with quick changeover and error-proof tooling.

  • Nordam explains their use of RFID to track data on high-value composite layup molds used for large aircraft interior and structure components

    DVD / 2008 / 35 minutes

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    LASERS IN DESIGN TECHNOLOGY

    Today, lasers are critical to the industrial design process. They allow designers in all fields to create images and patterns far more intricate than ever before, pushing the boundaries of design and function. This program takes a cutting edge look at lasers and CAD CAM technology used in industrial applications and describes why lasers are so central to modern industry. An insightful look at this vital technology.

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    DVD / 2007 / 24 minutes

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    METAL FORMING SIMULATION

    Get an exclusive look into the innovative applications of metal forming simulation that are helping companies use less material to create better stamping dies, leading to more reliable tooling. For those involved in product design, die design, stamping and forming, viewers will see inside Riviera Tooling Co. in Grand Rapids, Michigan for real-world application of this technology.

    DVD / 2006 / 22 minutes

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    LASER: THE BRIGHTEST LIGHT

    The laser beam is so powerful that it can vaporize steel, so coherent that it can be used for delicate surgery, and so adaptable that it can even be used to transport data. This overview of laser technology clearly defines what a laser is and how it functions while providing a concise history of its evolution. Visits to businesses where lasers are used, commentary by laser professionals, and entertaining demonstrations reveal the science behind the magic.

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    DVD / 1997 / 19 minutes

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    LASER F/X

    Laser expert Thomas Altman narrates this DVD -R on the use of laser technology for entertainment and educational purposes. After providing background information on the components of a laser, Mr. Altman guides viewers through the process of building a laser light show. He examines the use of both helium and argon lasers, the creation of beam and pattern effects, and the use of stationary and moving effects in a laser light show. Safety procedures involved with laser light are also highlighted, along with the government regulations set up for their use. It's an interesting and entertaining way to demonstrate how lasers are continuing to change the way we live today.

    DVD / 1996 / 36 minutes

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    FIBER OPTICS

    The use of fiber optic technology continues to change the way we live today. This program demonstrates the various ways it has been incorporated into our everyday surroundings, and how it may be used in the future. Beginning with a history of fiber optics development, the program then goes on to describe the basic principles of light and how it interacts with matter. Building on this understanding, the program then defines the requirements of a fiber optic communications system. Important terms such as attenuation, photons, and refractive index are explained in detail, alongside colorful graphics which demonstrate major concepts. Finally, the program explores the use of Fiber Optic Trainers in classroom settings, which allow viewers to transmit radio, analog, and digital signals, and experiment with sensor applications. This is a great introduction to the ever -expanding field of fiber optics.

    DVD / 1995 / 17 minutes

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    MAKING HOLOGRAMS - THE ALTMAN METHOD

    Mr. Altman demonstrates how to make holograms using simple, inexpensive equipment and materials. The "Altman Method" is a very easy, cost -effective method of introducing students to the exciting world of lasers and holography.

    DVD / 1995 / 20 minutes

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    UNDERSTANDING HOLOGRAMS

    Thomas Altman is noted for his training seminars on lasers and holography. Everyday applications of holograms are demonstrated in credit cards and postage stamps.

    DVD / 1995 / 12 minutes

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    FUNDAMENTALS OF LASER TECHNOLOGY

    This program begins with a history of the development of laser technology, from the theories of Einstein to the first working laser built in 1960. It continues with a look at how laser light differs from normal white light and uses graphics to explain key concepts. Using computer animation, it then points out the various parts of a laser and how a laser system works. Finally, it examines the use of lasers in a variety of everyday situations, from grocery store scanners to construction trade applications.

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  • Selected as the "Best Educational Video" by Video Maker Magazine.

    DVD / 1990 / 13 minutes

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    NEW PRODUCT AND PROCESS INNOVATION (NPPI): QUALITY CONTROL AND INSPECTION CHALLENGES AND SOLUTIONS WITH THE FARO PORTABLE ARM (A PORTABLE CO-ORDINATE MEASURING MACHINE, CMM), INTEGRATING íK, LASER SCANNER INSPECTION METHODS AND TECHNOLOGIES

    An In-depth Technical Discussion with Mike Ambro, FARO Applications Engineer, and Robert Prilepok, FARO Account Manager, Detroit Region, FARO Technologies, Inc., Wixom, Michigan, USA. Interviews and Edited by Professor Paul G. Ranky

    The discussion topics include case-by-case, in-depth demonstration of the FARO portable arm in action. Furthermore we discuss quality control and inspection challenges and solutions with the FARO Portable Arm, integrating temperature compensated joints with contact and non-contact, laser scanner inspection methods and technologies.


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    ROTATING EQUIP. PREDICTIVE MAINT. AND ALIGN: COMPUTERIZED AND LASER ALIGNMENT

    This comprehensive training program train students in the principles and practices of predictive maintenance. Advanced alignment techniques are also covered.

  • Computerized Alignment
  • Laser Alignment
  • Bracket Sag
  • Correcting Vertical and Horizontal Alignment

    This program is excellent both for the training of maintenance personnel and equipment operators as well as for the multi-craft training needs of process and manufacturing facilities


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    UNIVERSITY LASER SAFETY

    University Laser Safety - Laser safety is a critical part of any university's laboratory safety program. The purpose of this laser safety program is to provide you with guidance in the safe use of lasers. It is designed for students and professors working with lasers and for others that can come into contact with laser radiation in the laboratory. More detailed safety information specific to your laboratory can be found in your Laser Safety Manual. In addition to laser safety this program will include a brief discussion on the classification of lasers.

    Topics covered in this safety video include: classes for lasers, examples of lasers, labels for laser housings, sign requirements, the header, position 1, position 2, position 3, controlled laser area, laser engineering requirements, electrical hazards, personal protective equipment (PPE), work practices, and things to remember/consider.


    DVD / 19 minutes

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