MICROMACHINING SOLUTIONS Laser applications in the watch industry are challenging and require high precision. EVLASER, with its experience in micromachining with nanosecond, picosecond and femtosecond lasers, can help its customers achieve excellent processes for:
- Special cutting and engraving and movements
- Geneva stripes
- Processing with diffractive effect
- Bouchonnage processes
- Cliché manufacturing
EVLASER systems manage to make extremely refined incisions and cuts with a high level of precision and finishing. The ultra-short pulse sources guarantee an athermic process that allows to work all types of materials: hard, brittle, heat-sensitive, with accurate and precise processing.
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