Lasers can be used to micro-cut almost any material with very high accuracy. Kerf widths can be as low as 5 microns, with 1 micron achievable is certain circumstances. High peak power, short pulse lasers are normally used to ablate the material and give a very clean cut with almost no mechanical force applied to the substrate.
Once your job has been fully described to us, we select the most appropriate laser source for the job (wavelength, pulse duration, power, beam quality etc). This is then integrated into one of our ultra-stable micromachining systems to provide a tool optimised for your process and environment.
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Production systems include two modes of controlled operation i.e. Operator Mode and Engineer Mode.
Production tools can have a variety of part handling solutions integrated in to them depending on the nature of the part and application. This can range from manual loading, bowl fed parts, robotically placed parts or reel to reel systems.