Selangor, Malaysia: Bystronic Laser has opened a new office in Selangor, Malaysia. The company said that the office will provide local area network support services and integration solutions for production companies.

Automated entry-level solutions for laser cutting offer benefits such as reducing user workload and more efficient loading and unloading cycles. By Jean-Pierre Neuhaus, head of corporate communications, Bystronic.

When made possible by automation and digital connectivity, everything flows automatically.

Development of new solutions for Industry 4.0 are picking up pace. Dr Jürgen Hohnhaus, head of development, Bystronic, talks about the potential of such developments. By Oliver Hergt. Photos by Manual Stettler

Bystronic over at Hall 12, Booth B66, has been setting the pace on Day 1 of EuroBLECH as it greets more visitors and customers from around the world. The draw? The launch of its enhanced ByStar Fiber Laser with a 10 kW laser source and the introduction of its fully automated Production Cell for cutting and banding.

Yes, it is fast, but while fast-cutting speeds open up the potential, there are still the upstream and downstream manufacturing processes to consider. By Oliver Hergt, corporate communications, Bystronic

With Industry 4.0, there is now an increasing trend towards digitalisation in industrial environments. This is the second part of "The Digital Transformation" by Bystronic’s head of development (CTO) Dr Jürgen Hohnhaus where he talks about the benefits behind this development. By Oliver Hergt with photos by Manuel Stettler.

With Industry 4.0, there is now an increasing trend towards digitalisation in industrial environments. Bystronic’s head of development (CTO) Dr Jürgen Hohnhaus talks about the benefits behind this development. By Oliver Hergt with photos by Manuel Stettler.

In a world where everything is getting smarter, networked production can increase one’s production efficiency. By Bystronic

Bystronic has released a new generation of its BySprint Fibre laser cutting system. The revamped machine features a new design, now distinguished by vibrant lines and a larger operator panel, as well as three added functions.

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