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  • Laser Additive Manufacturing (3D Printing)

  • Additive manufacturing is the process of building up a 3D component by adding layer upon layer of material deposit. It is also commonly described as ¡°3D printing¡±. Using a combination of special machines ¨C often referred to as printers ¨C and computer software, complex shapes can be created. It is a technology that has been in existence for 30+ years, but it¡¯s only in recent years that the technique has been more widely used for its versatility and excellent return on investment (amongst other reasons).

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  • Laser Welding

  • Laser welding is the process of welding materials together, whether this is one piece or multiple pieces of similar or dissimilar materials. Renowned for the increased strengths of welds, laser welding is an application that businesses simply can¡¯t afford to ignore for quality and cost reasons.

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  • Laser Cutting

  • Laser cutting is a process where a material is cut, and this can be for small & fine materials or materials with a much greater level of thickness. Laser cutting simply involves the use of a focused laser beam to cut a wide-range of materials to a high-level of accuracy and repeatability. The laser beam can easily be programmed to precision cut a diverse range of thicknesses and materials (e.g. metals brass, tungsten, steel and copper, etc.), gemstones, ceramics, graphic composites, silicon and plastics).

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  • Laser Scribing

  • Laser cutting is a process where a material is cut, and this can be for small & fine materials or materials with a much greater level of thickness. Laser cutting simply involves the use of a focused laser beam to cut a wide-range of materials to a high-level of accuracy and repeatability. The laser beam can easily be programmed to precision cut a diverse range of thicknesses and materials (e.g. metals brass, tungsten, steel and copper, etc.), gemstones, ceramics, graphic composites, silicon and plastics).

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  • Laser Drilling

  • Laser drilling is the process of creating ¡°popped holes¡± or ¡°percussion drilled¡± holes in a material, which is achieved by pulsing a laser beam on a particular area repeatedly. This process will differ depending upon the thickness of the material, the number of holes that need to be created, and the size (width and depth) of these holes. Laser drilling is renowned for its high levels of precision, which is achieved without any direct contact with the material surface.

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  • Large Scale Dynamic Focusing Marking

  • Pulsed Fiber Lasers are renowned for their versatility with laser marking being one of the most popular applications. This process is used to mark various materials including ceramics, LEDs, metals, plastics and rubber. Although similar to laser engraving, the appliance of a mark is at a surface level, whereas engraving is a mark with depth. Laser marking is the process where a material, which can be anything from ceramics to plastics to metals, is marked or labelled with a simple black mark, or in colour (depending upon the material).

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  • Laser 3D Engraving

  • Laser engraving is the process of removing a portion of material to leave an engraved mark which is visible beneath. The engraving process is produced by the Laser beam removing material to create a mark, where the Laser acts like a chisel and blows away selected areas of the subject material. It is a subset process of laser marking where the object is actually marked beneath the surface and is the most common of all the laser marking applications. The depth of the engraving made will depend on the dwell time as well as the type of material being used. It can be used on a variety of materials, including ceramics, plastics and all forms of metal.

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