High-tech manufacturing company LSP Technologies came out of technology originally developed at the Battelle Memorial Institute.
Then, after six years of working at Battelle, Jeff Dulaney left to create his own company — and began licensing the “laser peening” technology to General Electric as well as for use at his own company.
Laser peening is a process that uses high energy pulse laser to compress metal surfaces, making it resistant to cracks and corrosion, benefiting companies from both a safety and cost perspective.
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Written by Taijuan Moorman.
Originally published September 30, 2020.