All the potential of LASER technology is widely exploited in the production of consumer goods such as household appliances. The cutting of thin sheets such as the washing machine baskets, the welding of thermocouples or the marking of hobs are only a small example of the applications in the sector. LASER technology is the only one to guarantee the indelible marking over time of brands or technical data on both metals and plastics.
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