Control Micro Systems expands laser lab capabilities

Control Micro Systems expands laser lab capabilities

The addition of a femtosecond laser to the company’s capabilities enables short pulse width material processing applications such as micromachining.

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April 15, 2016

Winter Park, Florida – Control Micro Systems' recent addition of a new femtosecond laser station develops emerging short pulse width material processing applications such as glass cutting and micromachining.

Expanded lab capabilities also include:

  • CO2 laser power up to 500W,
  • Ytterbium fiber laser up to 3kW peak power and a diverse range of pulsed solid-state lasers.
  • A broad range of materials can be addressed with laser wavelengths ranging from the far-infrared (10,640nm) through 2 micron and the visible spectrum to the UV wavelengths (355nm & 266nm).
  • Transparent plastic laser welding station

Lasers have been a significant driver of medical technology in the past 20 years. Applications range from drilling minute holes in drug delivery systems and helping in the creation of nano-technologies, to significantly reducing the invasive nature of surgeries. CMS Laser continues to provide custom laser systems for the medical device manufacturing industry.

Source: Control Micro Systems