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Prima Power and the Olympic Torch

Prima Power and the Olympic Torch

19 May 2012

Prima Power laser technology is used to manufacture the 2012 Olympic Torch.

Prima Power, the Machinery Division of the Prima Industrie Group specialized in laser and sheet metal processing machines, is proud to announce that the London 2012 Olympic Torch is manufactured using its laser technology. The Premier Group (TPG), a first-class Coventry-based supplier of turnkey engineering and manufacturing solutions for the transport field, uses Prima Power machines to cut the holes and to weld the parts of this beautiful icon of the Olympic Games.

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Lord Coe, chairman of LOCOG (London Organising Committee of the Olympic Games and Paralympic Games), with Directors of The Premier Group, George Mollison (left) and Gez Halton (right)

Syncrono, the 2D laser cutting machine by Prima Power  used to cut holes on the Torch

Optimo, the 3D laser machine by Prima Power  used to cut and weld the 2012 Olympic Torch