Saturday, September 4, 2010

The use of LASER and its importance

LASER is an acronym for Light Amplification by Stimulated Emission of Radiation (known as a laser or L.A.S.E.R.) and has become the technology of today which help various industries and businesses to achieve their specialty material processing goals. It is a mechanism for emitting electromagnetic radiation (typically light or visible light) by the process of stimulated emission. Lasers emit light in an intense, narrow, low-divergence beam, and that is why it is used in the environments where other methods fail.

CO2 laser systems are used to cut metals, composite materials, aluminum, glass, acrylics, paper aluminum oxide, polymers, ceramics, as well as natural materials such as rubber, leather, stone, and wood. CO2 laser systems are known to produce best quality results by creating polished, high quality edges and thus are widely used in wood processing, construction modeling, sheet metal cutting,  package printing, electronic industry marking, leather clothing designs, arts & crafts, architectural design/decoration, and various other areas of professional material processing. There are specially-built, precision-manufactured lasers and laser systems available in the market that are able to accurately, and quickly, cut intricate designs and art work from graphics software program, ensuring the highest possible laser cutting performance with crisp, clean edges. Sometimes these systems come with specially-designed a table that not only hold materials without fixtures or clamps, but also helps to remove smoke and debris, and it may impact the quality of the final product.

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