Preview: Lasys, Messe Stuttgart

Lasys becomes more global: international cooperation agreed (Source: Messe Stuttgart)

Lasys becomes more global: international cooperation agreed (Source: Messe Stuttgart)

May 31 – June 1, 2016
Trade Fair Centre Stuttgart

Also in its 2016 edition, Lasys will be the trendsetting meeting point for the sector. From the strong, globally active market leader to the innovative newcomer, 200 exhibitors will demonstrate the options for use of lasers in material processing at the Stuttgart Trade Fair Centre.

Laser manufacturing systems – including the laser-specific machine subsystems, components, processes and services –, will be the main focus. “Visitors will have the opportunity to discuss their daily problems in detail with experienced experts in an optimum atmosphere, and to find new ideas and solutions,” explained Gunnar Mey, Manager of the Industry department at Messe Stuttgart.

Based on the origin of the guests from more than forty countries, an “International Pavilion” of companies from all over the world will gather, while a joint stand sponsored by the Federal Ministry of Economics and Energy paves the way to the market for innovative newcomers from Germany. Under the title “Espace Laser s’invite sur Lasys”, for the first time a joint stand with approximately twenty French providers from the laser industry is planned. It will be organized within the framework of the initiative “Lasys meets …”. The Stuttgart trade fair will thus strengthen the theme of laser technology on the global level, cooperating with Irepa Laser, event organizer and supporter of the French Congress with its accompanying trade fair Espace Laser.

The accompanying programme of Lasys makes a significant contribution to the essential networking of exhibitors, users and experts. “Together with the Laser and Laser Systems for Material Processing Working Group in the German Engineering Federation VDMA, which accompanies the trade fair as a professional and conceptual supporter, and other international partners, the exchange of know-how and expertise is offered at congress standard  for all target groups, from newcomers to laser specialists,” Mey stated.

For instance, the VDI Technology Centre is taking part in Lasys. As part of its presentation exhibits from “Make Light” – the Open Photonics Initiative of the Federal Ministry of Education and Research – are on show. As part of the “Laser Live” campaign, marked stands turn into a stage where live demonstrations of machines are given.

In the “Solution Center meet the experts”, specialists from the Bavarian Laser Centre, the IFSW at Stuttgart University, the Fraunhofer IWS, as well as the Hanover Laser Centre, answer questions. (Source: Messe Stuttgart)


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