Industrial & Manufacturing Lasers – Lasers for Industrial & Manufacturing Markets
What are Industrial & Manufacturing Lasers?
Industrial & Manufacturing Lasers are cutting-edge laser systems specifically designed to meet the demanding requirements of industrial processes and manufacturing applications. These highly versatile lasers play a vital role in material processing, surface modification, electronics manufacturing, communication, joining processes, and sensing. By harnessing the precision and power of laser technology, industrial and manufacturing lasers enable efficient and accurate fabrication, modification, and characterization of a wide range of materials and components, thereby enhancing productivity, quality, and innovation in various industries.
Lasers are used in material processing for applications ranging from machining to surface processing to thin films. They have also found rapid acceptance in the field of processing and environmental monitoring with applications ranging from gas leak detection to machine vision solutions. One monitoring application where lasers are uniquely suited is the field of particle counting, where the intensity of the scattered light corresponds to the size of the particle allowing for submicron particle detection. Lasers are also widely used in test and measurement applications, for example using the photoluminescence to measure the bandgap energy in semiconductor fabrication. Interferometry is also commonly utilized in industrial testing to measure surface defects down to a fraction of a wavelength of light. Additionally, lasers are often used as OEM components that get integrated into larger systems, including a pump and seed sources for other lasers. Here at RPMC lasers, we offer a wide range of diode, diode-pumped solid-state, and fiber lasers which are used all throughout the industrial process.
Industrial & Manufacturing Laser Applications
Here are some of the key applications we support in the Industrial & Manufacturing Markets – Click an Application Group to learn more:
- Non-Thermal Ablation
- Thin Film Removal
- LCD Repair
- OLED Production
- PCB Production
- Resistor Trimming
- Machine Vision
- Particle Measurement
- Gas Sensing
- Raman Spectroscopy
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