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  • Laser Assembly of Microfluidic Devices (.pdf)
    The assembly of plastic microfluidic devices, requiring high accuracy in the micrometer range, was successfully achieved using a new technology based on laser transmission welding combined with the mask technique. This paper reviews a laser assembly system for the joining of microfluidic plastic
  • How Does Laser Assembly Work?
    Laser is based on the idea of passing light/laser radiation through one plastic component and designing the second component to absorb the laser light. This absorption results in heating and melting of the interface and with the application of a controlled clamp force, the parts are joined
  • Laser Tube Cutting With Minimal Kerf
    in a manufacturing process and can also mean less waste. To achieve this level of precision the laser, the optical assembly, and mechanical handling of the component being processed must operate at the highest level of optical and physical stability. Fiber lasers can fulfill these requirements
  • Laser Welding Creates Potential for Small Parts Applications
    Laser welding is an effective method for joining small parts with tight tolerances. In the future, it will compete with traditional methods of welding or replace assembly/joining technologies benefiting industries that have never used laser welding before. Using light in the form of laser radiation
  • Laser Welding 3D Contoured Thermoplastics (.pdf)
    the parts, created challenges for assemblies that were beyond simple two-dimensional contours. A new laser-joining method has been designed to assist in welding three-dimensional comoponents or large two dimensional assemblies. The core concept is to utilize the optic element to both precisely delivery
  • Manual Laser Welders - The Tool of Choice for Eyewear Repair!
    with the laser. Since very little heat is generated at the weld point, users can easily weld 0.05mm away from the most complicated and intricate optical lens, polished surfaces and heat-sensitive assemblies.
  • Laser Staking Securely Joins Plastic Parts for Printed-Circuit Boards
    in multipiece housings which may contain sensitive electronics such as sensors and lighting assemblies. Laser staking makes smaller bonds than laser plastic welding but uses the same underlying principle. Fingers, or stakes, in the injection-molded PCB housing align with holes in the PCB to stand above
  • Manual Laser Micro-Welding Systems are an Alternative to Traditional GTA Welding!
    technologies is the use of manual laser micro-welding systems as an alternative to traditional microscope GTA welding. Laser is an acronym for "Light Amplification by the Stimulated Emission of Radiation." This technology produces a sharply focused beam of hot light that melts a very small area of metal

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