Benefits of Laser Peening – March 2019 Webinar

Laser Peening already prevents damage to metal components, leading to lighter, less expensive, high performance parts

Laser peening can counteract metal fatigue, cracking, corrosion, fretting, erosion, cavitation, and other surface damages. Not only does laser peening prevent costly failures, but it also extends component lifetimes. The long-term benefits of laser peening will be even more dramatic in the future.

With added metal fatigue strength, engineers and designers can opt for lighter and less expensive parts, increasing the return on investment for the technology. This brings a secondary advantage to laser peening.

Why add cost to a part? Instead of relying on more expensive alloys or complicated designs, laser peening can increase your return while providing you with much more flexibility and an improvement in performance. “We are improving the fatigue life of these parts by 2, 5, to 10 times – meaning rather than using 2, 5, to 10 parts – you are only using 1. That’s when you start understanding how much the cost of applying this process is minor compared to the savings you are receiving,” Dr. Micheal Kattoura, highlights.

That’s a key message of the March 2019 webinar presentation by Dr. Kattoura, a materials scientist with LSP Technologies, in this short excerpt from his webinar presentation. To view the PowerPoint presentation, please download the file below the video.

Download a PDF file of the March 2019 Webinar PowerPoint slides.  

For any questions you may have regarding the benefits experienced from laser peening, or the future ROI you can expect, please reach out to us via our contact form and we will provide further detail and examples.

Stay tuned for our next webinar presentation!


Webinar March 20 – Laser Peening to Extend Metal Fatigue Life

You’ve got metal performance issues on mission-critical parts.
We have solutions!

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The March webinar in our 2019 series is “The Laser Peening Prescription,” an overview of what laser peening is, how LSP Technologies delivers laser peening, and the benefits for metal components.

From LSP Technologies, you’ll hear from Stan Bovid, Director of Materials Research, and Micheal Kattoura, Materials Scientist, discussing a range of laser peening strategies for improving the fatigue life of metal components.

Register for the March 20 webinar now

Laser peening solutions typically extend the fatigue life of parts by five to 10 times their normal useful life, and some parts can last as much as 20 times longer.

We’ll discuss:

  • How the laser peening process works
  • How LSP Technologies develops custom solutions for parts
  • How to prevent, mitigate, or arrest cracking and corrosion
  • What kind of life extension is possible
  • Return on Investment

Register for the March 20 webinar now


Moving the beam, not just the part

Here’s an excerpt from the February 2019 LSP Technologies webinar

In 2018, LSP Technologies introduced the world’s first commercially available laser peening system. In 2019, customers are driving even more dramatic innovations.

In this excerpt from the February 6, 2019 webinar, Chief Operating Officer Eric Collet describes a transformational challenge to LSP Technologies: Moving the laser beam delivery system itself to meet customer needs.

Traditionally, LSP Technologies has delivered laser peening with a fixed beam onto parts moving with precision while attached to robotic arms.

The Procudo® Laser Peening System was a revolution in itself, the only commercially available laser peening system, ideal for manufacturing, metal surface job shops and maintenance operations.

But then customers realized the potential. “Ultimately we’re responding to increased customer demand to be able to process larger parts and get into more complicated geometries. As we listen to the customers, we’re really looking to build, in addition to the Procudo® Laser Peening System, some specialized laser peening solutions that are flexible, portable and reliable.”

“We’re really stretching ourselves, freeing ourselves from that restriction of moving the part in front of the fixed beam, and actually taking the laser peening process to the part through being able to manipulate the beam delivery system. In some cases we’re leveraging the Procudo® Laser Peening System as the laser source. In some cases the laser peening solution is completely different.”

The dramatic change is laser beam delivery has led to a vastly expanded LSP Technologies team in mechanical engineering, optical technology, design, and automation. Laser peening will be delivered via fiber optics, special articulated arms, and other systems.


Webinar rescheduled to February 6 – The Year Ahead in Laser Peening

Please join CEO Jeff Dulaney and COO Eric Collet for a live webinar on Wednesday, February 6, 2019 at 10:30 a.m. EST.

You’ll see an inside view of the Future of Laser Peening technology and the innovative customer applications coming soon from LSP Technologies.

We’re not just moving the parts to accommodate fixed-beam lasers anymore. Now we’re moving laser beam delivery mechanisms and creating portable laser peening systems to treat hard-to-reach areas of mission-critical metal components.

Please take a moment to register now!

Dr. Jeff Dulaney has spent over 30 years advancing and proliferating laser shock peening technology. As President and CEO of LSP Technologies, Inc., Dr. Dulaney has worked to make laser peening accessible and cost-effective for the industrial manufacturing sector. Dr. Dulaney has developed laser peening applications and equipment for manufacturers across a variety of industries, and is currently working to establish a worldwide network of laser peening research and production facilities. Dr. Dulaney holds a Ph.D. in physics from the University of Pittsburgh.

Eric Collet joined LSP Technologies in June 2016 after 25 years of leadership, management, and consulting roles in aerospace and other industries where he spearheaded rapid operating improvement and sustainable growth. His operational, sales, and aftermarket expertise helps LSPT embrace intense change, innovation, and international growth. Eric graduated from Ohio University with a Bachelor’s of Science in Industrial and Systems Engineering, and he holds a Master’s Degree in Business Administration from Capital University.

Register for the January 21, webinar.


Live Q&A Session About Laser Peening

We’re hosting a live webinar to answer YOUR questions.

Thursday, March 22nd
14:00 EDT (18:00 UTC)

This one-hour session will include a brief overview of Laser Shock Peening, followed by an open question-and-answer session with a pair of LSPT experts:

David Lahrman and David SokolDavid Lahrman – LSPT Vice President: With over 25 years of experience in materials and process engineering, Mr. Lahrman has managed technical development of Laser Peening applications for aerospace and other industries.

David Sokol, PhD. – LSPT Director of Research: Dr. Sokol has a PhD in Physics from the University of Pittsburgh, and more than 25 years of experience designing high-energy laser systems for Laser Shock Peening and other pulsed laser applications.

Join us March 22nd for a live Q&A session about all things laser peening. Fill out the form below to sign up, and don’t forget to submit your questions.

Registration for this event is closed.

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