Article provided by: Laserod Technologies, LLC
Femtosecond micromachining uses the power of a short burst laser to create precise cuts. Modern goods require incredible accuracy and precision to create durable and lasting products. For over forty years, Laserod has provided high-quality machinery to help customers create high-performance materials.
What is micromachining?
Precise cuts require fine-grain control and accuracy requires equipment that does not create the chance for deviation. Shorter pulse lasers that can cut through the toughest metal with ease help your business find the sweet spot for products and services.
Micromachining accomplishes incredibly fine-tuned cuts using industrial-strength equipment. Heavy equipment is required to accomplish the machining for everything from aircraft parts to surgical devices.
What is a femtosecond laser?
In order to grant the absolute most control over your end-product, femtosecond lasers create ultrafast and ultra-short pulses. The shorter wavelength gives these lasers incredible power while the quick pulse allows you to achieve an exact result.
Two qualities are particularly important when considering laser cutters. The width and repetition rate determine the capability of a machine with femtosecond lasers being among the most fine-grained devices available.
What can I do with a femtosecond laser?
Femtosecond lasers are the perfect fit for making a variety of acute angles or surfaces. Manufacturers use the devices for micro-cutting, scribing, hole drilling, laser lift-off, annealing, ultrafine marking, material removal and more.
Companies such as Laserod specialize in producing electronic equipment of almost any size. The more control you have over the process the better your micro-electronics will be.
What are the applications of femtosecond micromachining?
Many products require the machining capability accompanying precision laser cutting. From automobiles to space telescopes, better cuts create significant advantages.
Femtosecond lasers help produce more fuel-efficient automobiles. In medicine, applications save lives while reducing the risk of failure for everything from surgery to the creation of pacemakers and prosthetics. Any device requiring or benefiting from accurate cuts benefits from the use of femtosecond machining.
Helping machine the perfect microscope
Laserod deploys a wealth of experience to help bring electronics to life. The company, with the help of femtosecond laser machining, is working with Stanford University to build the new South Pole Telescope which will penetrate deep into the universe, unlocking previously unknown secrets.
BICEP 2 contains many mission-critical electronic components for the processing of light. Without precision machining, the parts required to produce any insight would not be possible.
Quality devices for femtosecond micromachining
With over forty years of experience, Laserod provides unparalleled precision and accuracy. We utilize lasers with pulses and even wavelengths of less than one femtosecond to generate the smallest cuts, finest angles, and smoothest surfaces.
Our manufacturing capability is vital to the production of research and medical-grade electronics where the smallest deviation can derail a project or even become life-threatening. Laserod prides itself in the capacity to create the finest cuts possible.
When you need to manufacture for the modern age, we re ready to help. Contact our team today to find out more about our products and services.
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