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Synova Opens New Micro-Machining Center in Secaucus, NJ



Synova, a manufacturer of high-precision laser cutting systems, has relocated its North American Micro-Machining Center (MMC) operations to Secaucus, NJ. The MMC offers laser machining services such as application trials, single and recurring cutting jobs and machine demonstrations. The new MMC will house two Laser MicroJet systems, the new 5-axis LCS 50 machine to be used for 3-D shaping and machining and the versatile LCS 300 for 2-D machining of parts up to 300 mm x 300 mm in size.

"All Synova machines incorporate Synova's unique waterjet guided laser technology (Laser MicroJet), which is based on the patented approach of entrapping a cylindrical laser beam within a hair-thin waterjet, resulting in perfectly parallel walls, tight kerf widths, smooth cut surfaces and sharp edges," said a company spokesperson. "The technique enables the surface to be cooled by the water between laser pulses, thereby minimizing the heat affected zone and its related defects. The water also cleans the surface, reducing post-machining processing requirements."

"I am happy to add yet another micro-machining center to our global network of offices," said Dr. Bernold Richerzhagen, founder and present CEO of Synova. "Regional centers offer a novel way our customers can leverage the unique value of the Laser MicroJet technology for their specific application and needs."

"The LCS 50 is the perfect addition to our base LCS 300 capabilities. The 5-axis LCS 50-5 is an excellent solution for small parts such as natural and industrial diamond applications, and medical micro-parts, typically processed with 30 to 70-microns kerfs," said Dr. Benjamin Carron, Global Director of Applications at Synova. "Customers benefit from Synova's unique expertise as an industrial micro-machining solutions provider; leveraging a knowledge base across multiple industries that have a common need for high precision and expanded hardware/software capabilities."

For more information contact:

Jacques Coderre

Synova MMC North America

Synova USA Inc

1 Harmon Plaza, Suite 102

Secaucus, NJ 07094

510-396-5664

jcoderre@synova-usa.com

sales@synova.ch

www.synova.ch

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