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Moscow designers have developed a laser tool for underwater work

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The optical laser head as part of the mobile complex will be able to work at a depth of 100 m and cut even massive metal structures, for example, sunken ships. The innovative equipment was developed and manufactured by engineers of GC Lasers and Equipment.

During the tests, the speed of gas laser cutting using a new optical head was 300 mm per minute. This effect was achieved due to the additional gas supply channel installed in the design of the laser head. Under water, it creates an air bubble around the nozzle and cools it.

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