Whether you need to mark, cut, drill or weld metal—our solutions are tailored to your specific metal processing requirements.
• Ablate, oxidize, melt, or remove layers from various metals
• Laser cutting, drilling, and welding solutions available
Mark, Cut, Drill, and Weld Metals
Laser marking of metal is a common manufacturing process for adding identification and traceability to various components. Markings are permanent, require no additives or coatings, and can be easily automated.
CMS Laser also designs solutions for cutting and drilling thin metals, and for welding various components. With the introduction of new ultrafast lasers, metals can be processed with minimal heat-affected zones (HAZ).
Various types of steel can be processed with our laser systems. Create high contrast markings, deep engravings, cuts, and welds.
Used throughout many industries for its lightweight properties, titanium reacts well with lasers and can often produce various color effects.
Laser mark logos, text, serial numbers and more onto aluminum using fiber lasers. Create high-contrast surface markings without additives on bare aluminum using new ultrafast lasers.
Laser etching brass results in a bold dark marking, making it a very commonly marked material. Brass is typically used for plumbing fixtures, jewelry, shell casings for ammunition, badges, signs, and more.
Similarly to brass, this metal is used in many industries—from electronics to cookware and more. Brass can be processed in many different ways.
Discover Our Laser Systems
What Is The Difference Between Laser Marking And Engraving Metal?
Learn about the terminology our engineers use when determining the type of marking required.
Guide to Oxidation Laser Marking
Laser oxidation marking—also called annealing—is one of the most popular and effective techniques for marking metals.
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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.
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