Maintenance software pumps up productivity, lowers costs and eases audits
For some companies there is a tremendous value in purchasing a used laser. But there are also benefits for buying a new one, which might go beyond the obvious price difference. For some companies the answer is obvious and for others the signs are present, but no one seems to notice its time to purchase a new laser.
A stressed focusing lens can cause expensive damage
Laser maintenance and boosting cutting efficiencies can add profit to your bottom line
Is your CO2 laser a candidate for a fiber laser upgrade?
I always tell customers that once you purchase a laser, a couple things will happen very quickly.
As technology improves over time, we are conditioned to expect the latest and greatest laser is always better than what we have in the past.
When buying a used laser system, what should a company be looking for?