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At RMI Laser, LLC we strive to create the best customer experience and best value in the laser marking industry. Put our promise to the test!
RMI Laser, LLC was established in 1998 to provide cost effective and innovative laser solutions to the industrial, commercial and government markets. Formed initially as the laser R&D group of Rocky Mountain Instrument CO., RMI Laser, LLC has since been spun-off as a stand-alone entity that specializes in the design and manufacture of DPSS laser systems and precision laser marking systems.
Brief History of RMI Laser
2010 - Present
2011 - UF-50 Laser Marking System is officially released to market
2010 - UF-30 Laser Marking System is officially released to market
2010 - RMI Laser India is formed (Laser sales and service)
2010 - RMI Laser U.K. is formed (Laser sales and service)
2010 - RMI Laser Germany is formed (Laser sales and service).
2009 - UF-20 Laser Marking System is officially released to market
2008 - The UM-1 is officially released to market
2007 - RMI Laser Europe/Poland is formed (Laser sales and service).
2007 - The U-Series if officially released to the market
2004 - The Archer-Series is officially released to market
2004 - RMI-Japan is formed (Laser sales and service).
2003 - RMI-Korea is formed (Laser sales/service and R&D).
1999 - The LE-100 Series Laser Marking System is developed (First commercialized Nd:YVO4 Marking System)
1998 - RMI Laser, LLC is formed under name "Laser Marking Technologies"
1983 - RMI is acquired by Dr. Yubong Hahn (Precision optics & coatings).
Explaining Laser Marking Technology(Welding Equipment and Supplies)
First, let's quickly address the basics of a laser. As you may know, laser is an acronym for Light Amplification
by Stimulated Emission of Radiation. On a very basic level, a laser amplifies light by...
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Laser Marking vs. Chemical/Acid Etching(Welding Equipment and Supplies)
Laser Marking and Engraving is a widely expanding marketplace as users have seen the benefits of using
lasers over conventional methods like Chemical/Acid Etching for direct part marking to simple...
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