The Loughborough-based firm has experience in integrating high power fibre-delivered lasers in large systems for automated laser welding and cutting.The Nuclear AMRC in Rotherham will be taking delivery of the turnkey system before the end of 2017.
Cyan Tec's advanced laser cell will further enhance the welding capabilities of the Nuclear AMRC to support manufacturing process development for key nuclear components.
Says Bjoern Kraemer, laser engineer at the Nuclear AMRC: “Cyan Tec provided the best response to the Nuclear AMRC's tender process. They not only addressed all of our requirements in an appropriate manner, they also showed great knowledge and professionalism by presenting their innovative solutions at the right level of detail, and providing a selection of options.
“Cyan Tec provided a competitive and unique turnkey solution with a comprehensive service package which will satisfy all our demands for a high-quality manufacturing solution.”
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