Unlocking Precision and Possibilities with Laser Drilling

In the world of advanced manufacturing and technology, there’s a remarkable process that has been making waves – laser drilling. This micro drilling with lasers has proven itself to be a game-changer, enabling the creation of microscopic holes in a variety of materials, including ceramics, polymers, metals, and even silicon chips. But what sets laser…

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Lenox Laser to Unveil Precision Innovations at 2023 Mid-Atlantic Design-2-Part Show

OAKS, PA • NOVEMBER 8 & 9 — Lenox Laser, a trailblazer in precision innovation, is eagerly preparing to showcase its cutting-edge solutions at the 2023 Mid-Atlantic Design-2-Part Show. This dynamic two-day regional trade show, organized by The Job Shop Company Inc., serves as a convergence point for contract manufacturers, job shops, and industry leaders spanning diverse…

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CCIT

Lenox Laser is committed to ensuring the integrity of container closure systems in pharmaceutical and critical packaging. As part of this commitment, we adhere to the latest Container and Closure System Integrity Testing (CCIT) guidelines.These guidelines, established by the FDA, recommend methods other than sterility testing to confirm container and closure system integrity. They apply…

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Humanity’s First Interstellar Space Flight is Powered by Lasers

Space provides us with endless opportunities to explore the vastness beyond our atmosphere. However, escaping the gravitational pull of Earth has proven difficult. Scientists may have come up with a solution to this problem by asking: instead of flying into space, what if we could sail there? Researchers working for the company Breakthrough Initiatives are…

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Recent Study Verifies Vacuum Decay Method for Detecting Packaging Leaks

Lenox Laser was recently involved in a study dedicated to testing the viability of an ASTM standard Vacuum Decay method of detecting leaks as put forth in their Abstract: Preface: Vacuum decay, an ASTM standard method (F2338-09) has been well known in the industry as a reliable leak detection method for flexible non-porous pouches, as…

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AI Powered Typing Assistant could Improve how We Use Keyboards

For most of us typing is second nature, we don’t have to think about where to place our hands, or when and where to move our fingers along the keyboard. A team at Waterloo School of Computer Science is looking to improve upon this process with a program called Typealike. The prototype program utilizes a…

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SpaceX Starship Update

SpaceX constantly astounds the world, and their most recent feat is no exception. The company’s rocket, Starship, is continuing its journey towards its maiden launch. Starship will be used as a reusable mass transportation vessel for staffed and unmanned missions to space as part of Space X’s massive rideshare program that would allow astronauts and…

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Do Our Brains Keep Us in the Past?

We don’t often think about our ability to perceive depth and color when observing the world; for us it is second nature. We also don’t realize just how much information our brain filters out to provide a stable field of view. The amount of information that our eyes take in on a day-to-day basis would…

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Unusual Radio Frequency Pattern has Astronomers Stumped

Scientists working at Curtin University recently stumbled across a baffling phenomenon in their data that has their team of radio astronomers scratching their heads. An honors student named Tyrone O’Doherty discovered the source while using the Murchison Widefield Array (MWA) telescope in Western Australia. The mystery object gave off intense light in approximately 20-minute intervals,…

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Scientists Discover Breakthrough in the Moon Magnetism Mystery

A new study researching one of the moon’s biggest mysteries may have been solved; how did the moon form a temporary magnetic field? A team of experts at Stanford and Brown Universities are now seeking answers with rock samples taken from the surface and their formations. According to early evidence, it was theorized that the…

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