Due to the progressive miniaturization and the use of high-tech materials, conventional manufacturing processes are increasingly reaching their limits. With decreasing structural size and simultaniously increasing demands for precision, burr-freeness and flexibility, ultra-short pulse lasers can play out their strengths. In addition, due to the contactless removal and the very low heat input, they offer the best conditions for the required high quality.
Leakage testing of medical-pharmaceutical vials by laser drilling ensures highest quality standards for medical companies
As a result of the ongoing pandemic the demand especially for so-called ‘leakage drilling’ in Syringe cylinders increases rapidly. During manufacturing, these deliberately selected samples are intended to exclude defects in the material of the vials and cylinders for example to prevent subsequent contamination of the transfusion or leakage during usage. Increasing demand for such control procedures is due not least to global vaccination campaigns and the associated increased demand for flawless medical and pharmaceutical products. Manufacturers therefore need reliable methods that can carry out random quality check with high precision in a time- and cost-saving way. For this purpose, laser technology is a predestined method due to its very precise and non-contact processing beam, which is why some well-known manufacturers have already approached GFH GmbH regarding the generation of leakage drills.
We are thrilled to see our article "Fine Art - GFH invents laser turning" in Trumpfs very own inhouse magazine "Laser Community".
The kW-flexiburst project has made significant progress during the course of 2020.
Anton Pauli, who was CEO of the GFH GmbH for many years departed on 31.12.2019 from the companys management. Florian Lendner is managing the company since the beginning of the year solely. As acting shareholder Mr. Pauli will still assist as consultant.
From 25th to 27th of September, the 15th edition of Medtec China presented the latest innovations in medical technology and medical device manufacturing at the Shanghai World EXPO Exhibition & Convention Center. The laser system manufacturer GFH GmbH also took part for the first time as an exhibitor at the very well-attended trade fair with over 28.000 visitors.
GFH GmbH is pleased about the signing of two important cooperation agreements with the leading universities in Shanghai, the Shanghai Jiaotong University (SJTU) and the University of Engineering Science (SUES).
An exciting trade fair week at the LASER World of Photonics in Munich is over. Once again this year, the fair was able to demonstrate its leading position as the world's leading trade fair for photonics and gave an insight into the future applications of photonics.
From 2.-7. february 2019 the SPIE Photonics West took place in San Francisco. For GFH GmbH, a successful trade fair week came to an end.
GFH presents innovative laser technology at the JLPS Meeting in Japan