MICROMACHINING SOLUTIONS Our systems allow accurate and clean micromachining while maintaining high precision and productivity, using picosecond and femtosecond laser USP technology. EVLASER offers the line of LASER micromachining platforms optimized for small mechanical parts with high precision, complete and reliable, which can perform work on:
- microstructuring of parts and devices (eg MEMS)
- selective ablation
The ultrashort LASER pulses allow to work a wide range of materials without creating thermally altered zones obtaining a very high quality of the surface and edges. These Lasers can create unique shapes such as holes with controlled variable geometry or engravings with channels in the order of a few tens of microns.
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