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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 Trackers
    Many industries, including the automotive and aerospace industries, must precisely measure the three-dimensional features of large objects. An increasingly popular way to do this is with the laser tracker, a device first introduced in the late 1980s. As its name suggests, the laser tracker measures
  • Fiber Laser Marking of Plastic
    of the assembly line as well as offline. amount of additives. (or standalone), resulting in flexibility in marking. and logistics. Combined with very low reject. Laser Marking v/s Ink Marking: rates, this leads to cost reduction in most cases. Laser marking can be very quick with some. scanner based systems
  • Laser Trackers: Defining Accuracy (.pdf)
    from an in-line. position. Typical examples might be large assembly tools for the aerospace industry. Figure 5b orientation is more common with the scenario shown in Figure 4 coming into play if not all points. can be seen from one position. The moment that multiple laser tracker positions come
  • 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. ./66e04079-93e1-4d8c-b5a5-016e9ea68ed3 The EYEWEAR REPAIR Tool of Choice!. Manual Laser

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