ILAS, 20th-21st March, Crewe, United Kingdom
ILAS 2019 is a unique 2-day event that attracts international delegates and speakers to share the latest in laser material processing. You are guaranteed to make new contacts, expand your network, find business or collaboration opportunities, meet potential employers and employees to develop your organisation or career.
The symposium will be packed with presentations, exhibitions, and presentation of the AILU Award. This event is open to all laser users from education to corporate so don’t miss out.
Dates: 20th – 21st March 2019
Here is the link to the official website for the event.
The 2-day table-top exhibition at ILAS 2019 will be held in the spacious Continental Hall. Companies will showcase their latest products and services covering a wide range of applications, all directly relevant to the laser user community. Refreshments and lunch will be served in the Continental Hall, giving maximum time for delegates to browse the exhibition stands.
Exhibition Dates and Timings:
|Wednesday 20th March||09:00 –16:45|
|Thursday 21st March||09:00 – 16:45|
How to get to the venue
ILAS 2019 will be held in the purpose-built conference centre which has plenty of free car parking. The conference centre is situated behind the grand exterior of The Old Hall.
We will be presenting on a number of topics at the ILAS event, the details of which can be seen below.
Wednesday 20th March – Room 1
Title: Optimisation of Sheet Metal Cutting with a High Power, Variable Mode Fiber Laser
Presenter: Paul Harrison
Thursday 21st March – Room 3
Title: Scribing and cutting of silicon and alumina ceramics using fiber lasers
Presenter: Nick Walsh
Who is attending?
Don’t miss the chance to speak to our team of fiber laser experts at ILAS this year.
|Andy Emmess||European Sales Manager|
|Paul Harrison||Chief Applications Engineer|
|Adam Rosowski||Senior Applications Engineer|
|Richard Jessett||Principal Process Development Engineer|
|Nick Walsh||Applications Intern|
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