The electrical industry uses laser systems extensively for applications such as the marking of component packaging or the welding of plastic components. The process speed and processing quality needs of the sector are one of the biggest challenges for laser technologies.
In the world of cable manufacturing we have two main needs: Removal of protective sheaths (wire stripping) The marking of the sheaths
For these applications we use UV (355nm), fiber and CO2 sources to adapt to any type of material.
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