Champlin, Minnesota — PRIMA North America announced the sale of a LASERDYNE 790 XS – CL50k system to C.R.M.A. (Société de Construction et de Réparation de Matériel Aéronautique).
C.R.M.A. is a subsidiary of Air France located in Elancourt, France, specializing in repairing and refurbishing turbine engine components. Established in 1957, the company currently has over 300 employees. The C.R.M.A mission is to be the center of excellence for repairing Air France’s engines. The acquisition of the new LASERDYNE 790 XS — CL50k is designed to enhance that position, according to a joint announcement made by the two companies.
The order includes both the supply of a turnkey LASERDYNE 790 XS system and the development of custom laser processes and part programs for several unique C.R.M.A. operations.
C.R.M.A.’s new 790 XS is a six-axis system and has LASERDYNE’S latest and most powerful controller, the S94P. The system includes a full complement of LASERDYNE hardware and software features such as Optical Focus Control (OFC) and BreakThrough Detection. OFC complements LASERDYNE’S patented Automatic Focus Control (AFC) and BreakThrough Detection has been proven by system users to produce parts in far shorter cycle times with superior air flow consistency.
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