Lasermet's range of Laser-Blocking Roller Blinds are made from the same Lasermet laser-blocking material as the curtains and are made-to-measure to fit any size of window. They are available as standard or encapsulated options.
When using Standard Laser-Blocking Roller Blinds for non-recessed windows it is advisable to allow an extra 50 mm on the height and width, giving an extra 100 mm all round, thereby ensuring that there is no possibility of laser beams passing through the window.
Encapsulated laser safety roller blinds are made using the same laser-blocking material as the standard laser safety roller blinds. However, the roller blind is built into a white finish aluminium frame, which encapsulates the top, both edges and bottom of the blind. This eliminates any possibility of laser beams passing round the sides of the blind, blocks out all light and gives a much neater finish.
Laser Resources was founded in 1992 to promote the use of laser technology and related products for industry in Australia and New Zealand, using the best available sources of technology from Europe. The Laser Resources Team aims to cooperatively develop and implement the use of laser technologies in industry to help customers take advantage of the benefits of laser material processing. Laser Resources offers complete service and support including factory trained technicians, for each of the products it sells. Laser Resources also welcomes customer enquiries for service, support and application assistance for all laser related systems.
Additionally, Laser Resources offers products from the following companies. Robot Technology – Robot based laser cutting, both stand alone robots and complete robot cells. Precitec - Process heads for Cutting and monitoring units, Welding heads with seam tracking and process monitoring and gluing process monitoring. DILAS - Diode components, arrays and complete fibre coupled units. LaserVision - Safety glasses to meet ANZS 1337.4 plus safety glass, curtains and Laser safety training software.