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Laser Photonics' Largest Applications Lab in North America

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Laser Photonics of Lake Mary, Fla., has announced completion of its new application processing lab, the largest of its kind in North America, where clients and potential customers will send their products as samples to be processed by a specific laser system. The lab is 65,000 sq ft including its newly refurbished cleanroom and will eventually include over 20 laser systems, which will be used for processing all cutting, marking and deep engraving applications using lasers up to 5 kW. These systems are equipped with both CO2 and fiber lasers and will be used to process almost every type of material.
Aug 2008
The process of forming a lens to a given pattern, or of cutting a piece of glass along the line of scratch.
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