Jewelry & Watches
The sectors of fashion accessories and jewelry are certainly among the most demanding in terms of quality and precision of workmanship. Only the Laser technology allows to make etchings, cuts or welds with results that comply with the required quality standards.
Our engraving, marking and welding systems allow us to find the best possible solution for every need, both in production and in relation to anti-counterfeiting. Furthermore, thanks to the MATRIX software, it is possible to make micro-markings of codes created by the customer's custom algorithms.
If you need personalized advice from our experts on your processes, get in touch.
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CO2 Laser Sources Types, differences and applications
From the very first use of a CO2 laser in an industrial materials processing application, engineers have worked to improve performance, reduce size and operating costs, and increase the reliability and efficiency of these lasers. Developments included radio frequency and direct current excitation, new sealed plasma tubes and improvements in gas laser pumping.
Laser Micro Drilling and Micro Perforation: Techniques and Applications
One of the most industrialized applications in the field of laser technology is microperforation or Microdrilling. It's not something that is noticeable, but many of the objects we routinely use are micro-perforated to make our life a little easier.
From clothing to accessories: let's discover Laser Engraving and Marking on Leather and Leather
From clothing items such as jackets to accessories such as the wallet, leather is a material that adds a touch of finesse and class. But nothing adds an additional level of exclusivity to leather and hide items like inserting a laser-engraved image or phrase.
Marking and Laser Engraving on Steel: processes, advantages and sources
Laser marking and engraving can be done on all metals: steel, stainless steel, iron, copper, aluminum, gold, silver, platinum, palladium, among others. The processes that can be carried out range from deep engraving to annealing marking or surface blackening.
Why are UV lasers used: applications, characteristics and types
An important type of laser source used in many areas and on various materials is the Ultraviolet (UV) Laser.
From the C02 Laser to the Fiber Laser, we discover the most popular types of lasers
There are 3 main types of lasers currently used in the industrial sector, each of which is better suited to a certain type of material and in general has its own advantages or disadvantages compared to the other in performing certain operations such as cutting, welding, marking and engraving laser.