One of the most versatile properties of a Pulsed Fiber Laser is its ability to mark multiple types of material from ceramics through to plastics and metals
Our range of quality manufactured Pulsed and CW Fiber Lasers can be used for cutting metals, graphite composites, ceramics, gemstones and plastics
Regardless of the material, thickness or dissimilar metals, Laser Welding is an application that both our pulsed and CW Lasers can achieve.
Engraving is the most common of all Laser marking applications, the engraving process is produced by the Laser beam removing material to create a mark
The process of Laser drilling changes dramatically depending on the thickness of material, size of hole and the number of holes to be drilled.
Laser ablation is the process of precision layer removal from solid metals and industrial compounds by irradiating it with a Laser beam.
Additive Manufacturing describes the same processes, which involve the creation of complex structures and components by the layering of materials
Our Fiber Lasers can be used for a range of Laser cleaning applications. These applications typically use high repetition rates and short pulses with high peak powers.