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The first prototype is shown machining silicon.

first micro lam industrial prototype machining silicon

The first Micro-LAM industrial grade prototype retrofitted on a diamond turning machining. The system is shown machining silicon, which is almost impossible to achive without rapid tool wear using conventional machining processes.

Credit: Deepak Ravindra, Micro-LAM Technologies LLC

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