Femtosecond Laser Cutting Services
At Laserod, we’re not just offering a service; we’re revolutionizing precision with our state-of-the-art Femtosecond laser cutting services.
What is Femtosecond Laser Cutting?
Imagine cutting with the precision of a surgeon and the finesse of an artist. That’s what femtosecond laser cutting does for you. Utilizing ultra-short light pulses, this cutting-edge technology delivers unmatched accuracy and versatility, making it perfect for delicate, intricate tasks where traditional lasers fall short.
Femto Lasers: The Heart of Precision
How Do Femto Lasers Work?
Femto lasers operate by emitting incredibly short bursts of light. These ultra-short pulses are intense but fleeting, which means they interact with material differently than longer laser pulses. This allows for a unique interaction with the target material, minimizing thermal effects and preventing heat damage.
When these lasers emit pulses, they can target specific areas of a material with incredible accuracy. This capability is essential for tasks requiring minute detailing or working with sensitive materials that can’t withstand high heat.
The end result is a cutting and engraving capability that is both extraordinarily precise and gentle on the material. Femto lasers can create intricate patterns, make ultra-fine cuts, and perform detailed engraving that would be impossible or impractical with traditional laser technology.
Why Laserod Uses Femto Lasers
With Laserod’s state-of-the-art technology and laser cutting equipment, we can oversee our laser process with a full 3-D visualization, making our process fast, smooth, and efficient. For example, when laser cutting a cogwheel for a watch manufacturing client, it only takes Laserod about 30 seconds to complete the precision cutting. Precision is the key to such small and intricate components, where the functionality of the product depends on it.
With Laserod’s Femto laser cutting services, we can achieve ultra-precision cuts on even the smallest of parts, and we can do so in bulk, fast! Laserod’s Femto laser cutting is intended to provide 100% accurate micromachining, cutting, carving, and engraving for the tiniest, most delicate, most intricate components on the planet! For example, a cogwheel for a watch is just 1/8 of the size of a US dime! Of course, this is just an example of micromachining for a watch manufacturer. Our lasers can be used for photovoltaic cell scribing, glass cutting, or any other kind of micromachining. The Femto laser enables Laserod to engrave any material.
What We Offer
Beyond just providing machinery, we specialize in tailored solutions designed to meet our clients’ specific requirements. From crafting processes for ultra-thin materials to innovating for new industry applications, our focus is on leading the way in technological innovation. Our approach combines this cutting-edge knowledge with a deep understanding of client needs, ensuring that each project is executed with utmost precision and care.
Industries We Serve
Our expertise extends beyond these sectors. We’re not just servicing industries; we’re enabling innovation. From resizing silicon wafers in the semiconductor industry to intricately cutting patterns on touchscreens for consumer electronics, our applications are diverse.
We constantly push the boundaries of what’s possible with laser technology, adapting and evolving our techniques to meet the ever-changing needs of these dynamic industries. Our commitment to precision and versatility makes us a trusted partner in various sectors, helping to drive forward technological advancements and innovation.
In this field, our lasers aid in the fabrication of sensitive components. These components require meticulous attention to detail to ensure accuracy and functionality.
We contribute to the solar energy sector by scribing photovoltaic cells. Our femto lasers allow for fine patterning, which is essential for efficient solar cell design and production.
In micro-electronics, our lasers play a critical role in circuitry design and fabrication. From cutting thin films to etching micro-scale patterns, our technology meets the exacting demands of this industry.