LASER MATERIAL PROCESSING APPLICATIONS
Lasers allow deposition of spatially and temporally controlled amounts of energy to a material. This principle permits laser material processing and enables a large range of application possibilities. From metal marking to plastics welding, find out what can be done with industrial laser systems.
Laser marking is a versatile technology enabling industrial tracking and traceability in manufacturing activities.
Laser marking efficiency is related to material properties and laser parameters. Power, wavelength and optical configuration is the key to success.
There are many different kinds of industrial labels and tags. Barcodes, datamatrix, QR codes and alphanumeric serial numbers are the most popular.
Laser cutting of polymers and industrial fabrics are processes that require low to medium power CO2 laser cutting
Laser welding of plastics is a popular process. Laser allows the accurate control of heat deposition into the material,resulting in a very repeatable bonding process.
Laser cleaning and rust removal are innovative and effective industrial processes. The laser permits removal of the contaminated layer on most metal types.
INDUSTRIAL LASER APPLICATIONS
We manufacture the fastest and most reliable industrial systems in targeted industries, providing both high performance and adaptability.
Welcome to foolproof traceability where you can imprint a permanent heat resistant identifier directly on aluminum without the use of consumables
With growing pressure from key end customers for traceability requirements, the introduction of unique shot numbers becomes the standard in the die cast industry.
With growing pressure from key decision makers for traceability requirements, the introduction of unique shot numbers becomes the standard in the automotive industry.
Mark a customized laser identifier on moving extrusions to enhance process data monitoring and quality control.
Whether for reducing costs purposes or for adding value to your products, lasers can provide a huge return on investment in a wide range of manufacturing applications.
The converting industry is defined byits high process speed and by the level of precision required throughout the production process. See how laser technology can help.