Laser is one of the great inventions in science and technology in the 20th century in physics. Lasers are increasingly popular and used in many industries, including the Education industry.

1. Making toys, tools, scientific products in the Stem educational program

Some high schools are applying STEM educational programs to help them approach the practice and apply the theory they have learned. STEM is the short form of Science, Technology (Technology), Engineering (Engineering) and Math (Mathematics).

STEM helps the students well understand and remember what they have learned, as well as reinforces problem-solving skills. With the STEM popular, more and more Lasers machines are created for educational purposes.

Laser machines used in Stem education to cut/engraving educational toys such as models, puzzles, bars, assemblers, or more professionally create components that make robots, science and engineering toys.

2. Visual teaching aid helps the learners to practice processing and manufacturing components

The educational laser machine is also equipped by Universities and Professional Secondary Schools specializing in Industry - Engineering - Mechanical to create conditions for students to practice cutting - engraving - 3D printing - cleaning with Laser machines - when Laser technology gradually replaces the old production technologies.

For example: The teachers in mechanical university school train students to process sheet metal, practice in production and then bring bending with bending. Mechanical - engineering students will have the opportunity to working directly with Laser machines, students will have practical experience for their future job opportunities.

• How a Laser Machine Works • Create real products from Laser machines • Grasping the advantages of Laser machine compared to conventional production technology

3. Cutting models in Architecture - Construction

For the architecture - construction industries, the Laser machine is used as a skilfully cutting tool for "preview" the design. Architectural model is a miniature work of architectural design that allows the students observers to preview, evaluate and identify the advantages / disadvantages of the project if started and after completion.

Benefits of Laser technology:

  • Fast and flexible to process variety of materials.
  • Absolutely no error when performing laser engraving and cutting at the same time.
  • Repeated cutting and engraving with a high precision.
  • Engraving perfectly simulates practically compatible model structures.
  • There is no crack or break on the surface of the material (even when cutting, engraving the smallest details) because of the non-contact treatment technology.
  • The most material savings compared to traditional methods.

4. 3D printing in teaching

3D metal printer in research and teaching L-PBF process. The laser powder fusion process is a 3D printing technique designed to use High power lasers to melt metal mixture / metal together.

5. Precise fabric cutting in Fashion design teaching

The fashion design industry asks creativity to each design. Laser machines are an essential need for the industry to process patterns and cut materials with great precision.

These days lasers are even more versatile and cut well on flexible materials: fabric, leather, even jeans.

Laser technology more and more advanced and decrease the effect of heat, for cutting products with cut edge, smooth, beautiful. High speed cuting to saves human labor, minimizing manual errors is one of the advantages.

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