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LASER & more has been active on the international market as a producer of high-quality stainless steel components since 2007. Our know-how is much appreciated, particularly in the area of 3D laser welding in connection with laser-oriented design.
At the top of the Burj Khalifa in Dubai
LASER & more supplied the housings for the facade lighting on the world’s tallest building. Altogether 620 sectional housings and 950 tubular housings were made from satin-finished stainless steel. Polished covers and bead-blasted control panels were also produced for this project.
The Jaber Al Ahmad Al Jaber Al Sabah Hospital in Kuwait
LASER & more also achieved a tremendous savings in material with the production of 1500 architectural maintenance gratings for the largest medical center in Kuwait: around 200 tons of material was saved. By redesigning the frames, the amount of welding work needed was reduced significantly, while simultaneously improving the appearance of the maintenance gratings.
Champagne cooler of Veuve Clicquot
The precise, clean processing of stainless steel is crucial for the production of designer products. LASER & more successfully demonstrated its competence in the area of design by designing and manufacturing high-quality stainless steel paneling for champagne coolers.
Ventilation systems in Saudi Arabia
Air outlets (grills), extractor hoods and air volume controls were designed and manufactured for a manufacturing plant in Saudi Arabia. The requirements that LASER & more had to meet included simple plug-in installation, great rigidity for thin perforated sheets and the combination of different sizes of tubing. The project was carried out using 3D design and 3D laser welding.
Road tunnel in Austria
LASER & more manufactured 1800 brackets for the Felbertauern Tunnel in Austria. By optimizing the design, a weight savings of 60% was achieved as well as, consequently, a cost reduction of 40%!
Luggage check-in counters at the Heathrow Airport in London
LASER & more made the casings for the modern luggage check-in units at the new terminal at London’s Heathrow Airport.