Laser Material Processing Solutions
Lasers are versatile tools used to process anything from organic to inorganic materials with high-precision efficiency and repeatability.
- Process alloys, composites, and exotic materials.
- Use techniques such as deep engraving, surface modification, paint or rust removal, and more.
For a successful application, the laser’s wavelength and power level strongly depends on the material’s absorption characteristics and chemical composition. Our engineers understand these nuances and adjust accordingly to overcome material processing challenges.
Our engineers have seen just about every type of material out there, so chances are we’ve processed it before. However, we encourage all customers to send in a sample of their materials for a process feasibility testing study to show exactly how parts will look.
Manufacturing Catheters with Laser Systems
Discover the various ways lasers are used in the manufacture of catheters. Mark, cut, drill, and weld—lasers are versatile tools for medical devices.
Explore the Benefits of Marking Wires with UV Lasers
Ultraviolet lasers are required for marking aerospace wires due to their photochemical marking process. Learn what makes UV lasers so popular for wire marking applications.
The Absolute Best Customer Service Around
Working with the entire Control Micro Systems team on our project was a pleasure. CMS was capable of meeting and exceeding our goals. They successfully designed and built a machine which increased our throughput by 550%! We are so glad we chose to move forward with CMS.
In the three years ACR has owned the CMS laser, it has worked flawlessly. In the few instances where ACR needed support in programming, CMS was quick to respond.
CMS have been excellent partners in the development of new, complex equipment for our business. CMS built multiple machines for us. Each machine had a different purpose, however the CMS team worked openly & honestly with us to agree on optimal solutions for each one.
Need Help Finding the Right Solution?
Send us your material to determine if your process is feasible.