LNA Laser Introduces Innovative Tabletop
Laser Welder
The LNA-DV is a compact and powerful laser welding system. The large 10" high definition touch screen eliminates eye strain for the user. The laser is available with three average power levels - 60W, 80W or 85W. The pulse duration is adjustable from 0.3-30ms and pulse repetition rates up to 50Hz. The system is virtually maintenance free and comes with a 2 year warranty.

  • Comfortable, ergonomic working position
  • Patent pending vision system eliminates eye strain associated with traditional vision or microscope based viewing systems
  • Zoom image function
  • A multitude of useful reticules and crosshairs, that can double as a measurement tool
  • Ethernet / Web-enabled, for remote diagnostics and control of the system
The system is housed in a Class I, laser safe enclosure for operator safety. By connecting to an Ethernet cable, remote system diagnostics or user control can be interactive with one of our engineers. Typical industry applications include jewelry production / repair, dental laboratories, medical devices, small mold repair, and any industry which needs a small, robust laser welding station can benefit.

Plus, we are offering substantial savings for a limited time. Our financial controller said the pricing is "shear March madness".

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Retrofit your old lamp and diode pumped
"YAG" lasers with LNA's latest fiber laser
Are you tired of replacing arc lamps, expensive diodes, cleaning, aligning or replacing optics, changing cooling water and filters, spending much more on electricity? Then the LNA Laser retrofit program is right for you. Fiber lasers offer substantial performance improvements, and eliminates maintenance hassles required with lamp and diode pumped lasers.

The Fiber Advantage:
  • Easy integration with existing equipment
  • Reduced operating / maintenance costs
  • No optical maintenance or alignment
  • Less downtime - More production
  • User friendly marking software
  • Increased marking speed
  • More economical
  • Smaller footprint
  • Air cooled
You may also qualify for a 100% tax deduction through incentives offered by Section 179 of the US Tax Code. Please read further in our newsletter for more information.

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The Story Behind March Madness
The NCAA college basketball tournament is almost here. But how did the term "March Madness" come about? (Read On). The first reference applied to basketball was the Illinois High School Association (IHSA). In March of 1908, a boy's high school basketball tournament was organized with only eight teams competing. The IHSA tournament became very popular over the next two decades, growing to over 900 schools participating. In 1939, Henry Porter published an article entitled "March Madness" in the IHSA's magazine, Illinois Interscholastic where he describes the fan frenzy for the tournament.

Invention of Basketball
James Naismith, while teaching at the International YMCA Training School (now Springfield College) was given 14 days to devise a game which can be played indoors, not take up too much room, be fair for all players and not be too rough - as a means to keep the track team in shape over the winter. He devised 13 rules to the game which used a soccer ball, had nine players per side and the only way to advance the ball was by passing, dribbling was not allowed. In 1891, he attached two peach baskets on the gallery railing at each end of the gymnasium and "basket ball" was born.

Naismith went on to organize the first college tournament in 1937 as a means to popularize the sport. The first reference to "March Madness for the NCAA Tournament was in 1958 but didn’t become popular until announcer, Brent Musburger referenced "March Madness". He is quoted as saying "The first time I saw the term 'March Madness,' it was in print, an ad for a car dealer. It was referring to the Illinois high school basketball tournament. When CBS got the rights to the NCAA tournament in 1982, it was something that seemed appropriate to say."

The IHSA disputed the right for the NCAA to use the term. In 1996, they decided to cut a deal with one another. In early 2000 (after years of negotiation), they both agreed to transfer all rights to March Madness to a separate company called "MMAA." In turn, each association received a license to use the "March Madness" term in relation to their basketball tournament. Additionally, they would split the profits of licensing the term to other companies or products.
Celebrating 15 Years!
LNA laser was established in 2001 and we are celebrating our 15th year of supporting our customers and the laser community. We were one of the pioneers to introduce end pumped fiber coupled diode laser technology for industrial laser marking and material processing. As laser technology has evolved, so have we offering the latest in fiber laser technology, sealed tube CO2 lasers and automation as an authorized Fanuc integrator. We look forward to the next 15 years of providing our customers with the best quality, know-how and support.

Section 179 Tax Deduction
Deduct 100% of your equipment purchase in 2016
Section 179 of the IRS tax code allows companies to deduct the full purchase price of equipment purchased or financed (up to $500,000) during the tax year in 2016. This was created by the U.S. government to encourage businesses to buy equipment and invest in their future growth. Section 179 is one of the best incentives included in recent Stimulus Bills that actually benefits small businesses. LNA Laser's products qualify for a 100% tax deduction if purchased in 2016. See our Section 179 calculator to see the fantastic savings: http://lnalaser.com/site/section-179/

LNA Cutting Edge Industrial Laser Technology
LNA was established as a pioneer in the introduction of Diode Pumped Solid State Laser (DPSS Laser) and Fiber Laser Marking technology for manufacturing. With over 15 years experience, LNA supplies the latest industrial laser marking technology optimized for your application. We provide exceptional solutions, service and support for permanent laser marking, laser cutting and laser welding applications throughout the Americas and globally.

Contact us today for a free evaluation of your application.

Visit lnalaser.com to learn more about our products to meet your manufacturing needs.

   LNA Laser

   136 Newell Avenue

   Pawtucket, RI 02860

   Phone (401)724-0076