Laser cutting can be used on Stainless Steels, Carbon Steels, Gold & Silver, Aluminum, Tool Steels, Nickel Alloys, Brass & Copper, Titanium and Carbon Fibre...
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Laser marking provides high contrast details. Multiple colours on may different metals are achievable whilst keeping an even surface. ...
LASER MARKING »
LPKF produces highly reliable systems for the automotive and other industries. The systems are suitable for a variety of batch and component sizes....
LASER PLASTIC WELDING »
Plastics can be marked using 3 different processes: Laser Foaming, Carbonising and Staining. The choce is governed by the colour and type of plastic....
LASER MARKING PLASTIC »
Laser welding of metals is cleaner, safer, more accurate and repeatable than other methods. Laser hardening is a cost-effective and flexible heat-treating processes....
WELDING & HARDENING »
Using high power lasers to print complex 3D products straight from the designers desktop using inexpensive commercially available metal powders. ...
LASER 3D PRINTING »
Dot peen mechanical marking and the scribing of hard materials and compounds, the marking depth, character height and width is fully adjustable....
DOT MARKING »
Laser engraving or 'ablation' removes metal from the media; marking whilst minimising material damage due to the use of the high speed concentrated energy of a laser....
LASER ENGRAVING »
Using lasers with metals »
Plastics & Lasers »
Marking & sorting semiconductors »
Laser marking glass »
Cutting & marking organics»
Laser marking packaging »
Working on a variety of materials including steel, aluminum, brass, copper, titanium and alloys, the LaserCube provides superior cutting performance and reliability in a compact footprint while maintaining low operating costs for rapid return on investment.
Laser Cutting »
The LaserCube flat bed cutter is optimized for cutting small parts in both prototype and industrial environments. Using high-force linear motors built on a granite stage, it has the stability and acceleration needed for high-speed precision machining. Utilizing YLS fiber lasers up to 4 kW average power and IPG cutting head technology, the LaserCube handles metal sheets up to 48 × 48 inches (1250 x 1250 mm).
Virtual reality mobile laser welding, this amazing tool allows you to weld with a laser wherever you need to
It doesn't get more flexible than this. The mobile AL-ARM can be used to repair pores, bleed-throughs and offset seams in car body construction in a flash. The device can be quickly positioned and has a long range. It significantly reduces the outlay in logistical terms for re-works and helps ensure the highest quality standards, especially on load-bearing and visible seams.