Thanks to the possibility offered by
femtosecond lasers to work inside of materials without causing any damage on
the surface, three-dimensional structures could be generated, allowing chips or
lenses to be built-in a piece of glass.
Experienced on glass cutting, our femtosecond
lasers can also be used to produce thin glass surfaces for electronics devices
as well as some other scientific applications that requires high quality and
precision for small pieces.
Diamond marking, gems cutting, hard glass cutting, glass welding, plastic welding and 3D data storage are some of the applications Fluence lasers have experience in, offering a wide range of products to suit your specification, providing the highest standards of quality and reliability, as well as the best finish for the machining surfaces.