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Multi-industry applications of laser technology

Published:2020-12-25 Browse:2Editor in charge:DNE Laser (Member of Bystronic)


The laser is having a profound impact on all industrial applications, and it can meet the custom and conventional needs of various customers.


Cost-effective and innovative laser cutting, engraving and marking machines have become very common. Mobile phone keyboards, electric toothbrushes, bathroom scrubbers, car gear levers, solar batteries, brand-name cooking utensils, MP3 players... These common daily necessities or parts are all applied to laser technology. It can be said that lasers are everywhere!


Laser engraving and cutting have the advantages of high precision, smooth cutting, fast and accurate curve fitting, narrow incision (which can help cutting acrylic materials), and precision machining. All these advantages are used by different industries: electric power, metal cutting, medical treatment, metal carving, wood product processing, automotive industry, fabrics and materials, sports products, plastic marking, trademarks, etc.


Today, technology has brought us into a world in which laser marking, cutting and engraving processes are constantly improving the quality indicators of various industries. High-precision laser engraving and laser marking can be achieved on the surface of different types of materials, including silver, brass, gold, titanium, platinum, stainless steel, medical grade alloys, aluminum and plastics.


Laser marking is known for its durability, and does not require the use of acids, toxic solvents or inks. It is resistant to corrosion, abrasion and abrasion. It can be used to prevent counterfeit or counterfeit products. These marks will not disappear or disappear as time goes by. Becomes less obvious.


Laser is used to mark the brand, code and various nutritional indicators and other related information on food packaging. It is a pollution-free, non-toxic, tasteless and low processing cost method that can be used for a long time.


Various signs made of metal and non-metal are increasingly relying on laser engraving technology.


Laser technology helps clothing manufacturers to obtain clothing materials of standard sizes and small deviations at low cost and high efficiency. Through computer-aided design, various shapes and sizes of graphics are made, and laser machines are used to engrave them on the fabric.


In the automotive and aviation industries, laser application systems can be used to mark safety factor marks, 2D digital barcodes, production dates, trademarks, serial numbers, and shift codes on different spare parts. These marks can resist chemical agents, rust and maintain durability, which also set a benchmark for other industrial applications.


The rapid development of laser technology has paved the way for many industrial applications. Where is its future limit? Maybe it will be known in the future.