Category: Laser Uses

Why Lasers Are Used in Alignment Testing

Laser Roll Alignment

In order to run a successful industrial business, it’s vital that machines are running properly. Misaligned machines are a hinderance to efficiency, and could lead to costly shutdowns. As such, it’s essential to continually test the machines in your plant to make sure they’re properly aligned. Without question, using laser technology is the best way… Read more »

A Brief Look at the History of Laser Technology

Laser Technology

It’s safe to say that the world in which we live today would be much different if not for lasers. Laser technology is only about 100 years old, and even though a wide range of industries use laser technology, it’s still very much in its infancy. So, how did we get to this point where… Read more »

How Laser Technology Helped Find a Lost City

Laser Technology

Lasers have played a big part in the evolution of humans, and it seems new things are being made possible by lasers all the time. However, did you know that lasers are also benefiting those that lived hundreds of years ago by teaching us more about their existence? For generations now, those living near Johannesburg… Read more »

How Laser Shaft Alignment Can Help Your Operations

Laser Alignment

Laser shaft alignment, which is also sometimes referred to as coupling alignment, is a process that involves taking two or more rotating shafts and making them co-linear. While this process can be carried out using straightedges, dial indicators, and other tools, laser shaft alignment is your best bet because it’s the most accurate way to… Read more »

An Interesting Use of Laser Tools and Technology

Laser Technology

Laser tools are ideal for many business applications, including pulley and belt alignment systems. These tools have proven their value time after time. There are plenty of other cool uses of laser tools and technology, however. One example is building the temple at Burning Man in 2018. Arthur Mamou-Mani is a French architect who has… Read more »