Cutting, welding or marking of temples, frames or lenses are typical examples of the use of our technology in the eyewear sector. The flexibility and quality of the laser systems make it possible to satisfy both the production needs and those related to anti-counterfeiting that the modern market imposes.
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Laser Engraving and Marking on Plastic: operation, advantages and applications
Laser marking on plastic or laser engraving on plastic is a process by which components are labeled or marked with the aid of a laser.
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.
Laser Welding of Steel and Metals: advantages and operation
Laser welding is a technique in which a laser beam is used to join different metal elements. The laser source generates enough heat to join metals together and this process is used in various fields, including the following sectors: automotive, tools, appliances, aerospace, naval, goldsmith, etc.
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Laser processing on glass
Glass is a complex material to be processed due to its characteristics of fragility and poor heat transfer. Over the years these challenges have been faced and solved using specific laser technologies, suitable for this difficult task.