Minting & Molds
MICROMACHINING SOLUTIONS The production of molds, dies or punches takes full advantage of the potential of Laser technology. Our all-in-one systems can perform marking, 3D engraving with depth control, texturing and surface micro-structuring, all guided in a simple and intuitive way by our software suite.
In particular, our texturing solutions are able to replicate a pattern continuously on the 3D geometries of molds in many application fields: car dashboards and headlights, tires, medical devices, consumer electronics, luxury goods, sporting goods, packaging, etc.
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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.
How 3D laser cutting and engraving works
3D is one of the most important innovations in the field of laser processing and is used in particular in the cutting of various materials and objects such as sheets and tubes, but also to create precise and aesthetically valuable engravings on metals, crystal or plexiglass.
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.