LSP Technologies has pioneered several innovative material processing solutions for the defense manufacturing industry, including Laser Shock Peening for metal fatigue enhancement, and Laser Bond Inspection for nondestructive bond strength evaluation.
LSP Technologies, Inc. (LSPT) will be attending the Defense Manufacturing Conference (DMC) from December 4-6 in Tampa, Florida. LSPT Vice President David Lahrman and Director of Sales Doug Eberhart will host industry professionals at booth 806 on the DMC exhibit hall floor.
“The Defense Manufacturing Conference is a great forum for LSPT to showcase our innovative products and services for the defense industry,” said David Lahrman, VP of Business Development for LSP Technologies. “We’ve been regular attendees for years, and we look forward to sharing recent advances in our Laser Shock Peening and Laser Bond Inspection technologies at DMC 2017.” Doug Eberhart welcomes visitors with questions about LSPT’s new high-throughput Procudo® Laser Peening System and increased production processing capacity.
LSP Technologies will be operating booth 806 near the exhibit hall entrance. If you are interested in arranging a private meeting to discuss Laser Peening Production Processing, Laser Peening Equipment, or Laser Bond Inspection, please contact David or Doug through LSPT’s website.
Laser Shock Peening (LSP) is a powerful metal enhancement method proven to extend component service lifetimes as much as 20X. Laser Peening utilizes a high-energy pulsed laser to generate compressive residual stresses up to 12 mm beneath a part surface, providing superior protection against metal fatigue cracking and failure.
Laser Peen Forming is a powerful method of shaping metal components by tailoring applied residual stress enhancement to produce compound curvatures and complex geometries. Laser peen forming can shape parts to specific configurations while enhancing material resistance to corrosion, cracking, and fatigue.
Laser Bond Inspection (LBI) is a nondestructive method for evaluating adhesive bond strength using a laser-generated stress wave. The LBI method can determine localized bond strength in bonded composite structures, and identify weak, substandard, or even kissing bonds.
LSP Technologies is a leading provider of high-energy pulsed laser material processing solutions including Laser Shock Peening services and equipment. The company processes thousands of parts annually for clients in the aviation, power generation, automotive, tooling, and manufacturing industries, enhancing metal fatigue strength and damage tolerance of critical components.