energy beam

energy beam

[′en·ər·jē ‚bēm]
(engineering)
An intense beam of light, electrons, or other nuclear particles; used to cut, drill, form, weld, or otherwise process metals, ceramics, and other materials.
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CRONS will deliver our Cold Plasma Energy Beam technology for ablation of cancer at the surgical site without the use of the human hand.
because the energy beam is going to travel at the speed of light," he explained.
Once the layers are properly placed and distributed, they are either bound together (known as 3D printing) or melted using a high energy beam. In the second case, the bean source is ideally one high energy laser, but many systems use two or more lasers with varying power standards under the inert gas environment.
Once the layers are properly placed and distributed, they are also bound or melted using a high energy beam. In the second case, the beam source is ideally one high energy laser, but many systems use two or more lasers with varying power standards under the inert gas environment.
It uses a high energy beam of protons rather than high energy X-rays to deliver a dose of radiotherapy for patients with cancer.
A Chinese technology company, ZKZM Laser, has developed a laser assault rifle with an invisible energy beam that can burn through things, as well as human skin and tissues instantly.
In a 1963 issue of the Fantastic Four comics, the awesome foursome successfully defeat the nefarious Super-Skrull (who had a combination of all the team's superpowers) by blocking an energy beam from the alien's home planet.
While there is an NHS PBT unit in the UK for removing eye cancers, the low energy beam cannot treat other cancers.
By focusing a high energy beam of light on it, the procedure eliminates the chances of hair growing back.
Northwestern Engineering's new method completely bypassed the powder bed and energy beam approach as well as uncouples the two-step process of printing the structure and fusing its layers.