If it’s your first foray into the productive and creative world of laser technology, it can be overwhelming. Our services are extensive, from rental to sales, and our machines serve a plethora of needs across a diverse set of industries, so get to know some of the terms and jargon to have a better understanding.

If you’re still unsure, do get in touch with us to find out more. We’d love to hear from you.


Removing a coating, paint, or other surface treatment from a base material to create a contrast without damaging the base material.

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In engraving, the laser removes the material on the pointed area, creating a permanent depression mark on the material.

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Laser is used on plastics to melt and form a foam-like gas bubble on the surrounding of the marked area. The foam will have a brighter color than it's actual material, thus, a foam marking is formed.

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Joining of materials, usually metals or thermoplastics, by causing coalescence by melting the workpieces and adding a filler material that cools to become a strong joint.

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Surface Annealing

Ability to draw carbon and/or oxides from the base material to get a contrasting mark. Marking by this process has the advantage of not disrupting or damaging the surface of the material.

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The laser beam is focused on the area, and it heats onto the material so much that it melts or cuts through the workpiece.

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Laser Polishing

The specialized application of laser pulses on a surface to create specific textures that can range from smooth to heavily textured.

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If purchasing your own machines is not a financially or technically viable option, machine rental services are available. Add flexibility and economical savvy to your production processes by using the machines when you need it. (*Subject to model availability).

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