DEFENSE & AERONAUTICS
MICROMACHINING SOLUTIONS The micro-cutting and micro-drilling of sensors, flow meters, nozzles, turbine blades or combustion chambers are just some of the examples of the many LASER applications nowadays used in the aerospace field.
INDUSTRIAL SOLUTION Aerospace LASER marking applications are among the most delicate due to the severity of the reference standards. The identification of the parts through serial numbers, 1D or 2D barcodes, represents the most widespread use in the sector. Marking quality is of utmost importance and artificial visual control systems are often required on systems.
The cutting and drilling of composite materials (carbon and fiberglass), the cleaning of surfaces for the removal of coatings for rework (e.g. turbine blades), the removal of thin films (e.g. for application on artificial satellite antennas) are only some of the widespread and challenging applications.
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