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How to know if A-Laser’s Infrared Laser Cutting is right for your project?

March 30, 2016

Miniaturization is a widespread trend for manufactures and end-consumers in today’s fast paced mobile world. As many products, components, devices and equipment decrease in size; the demand for compact and complex design requirements increases. Manufacturers are forced to operate with the highest precision technologies in order to achieve these intricate and demanding requirements. One of these technologies is the ability to cut and process various materials using Infrared Lasers. The most popular material for utilizing IR Lasers is ultra-thin metal; attributable to contact-free processing resulting in no material distortion. The result is a clean, burr-free cut that compliments many of today’s precision applications.

IA-Laser utilizes the most advanced Infrared Lasers in the world while specializing in cutting ultra-thin materials and high precision laser processing. When utilizing A-Laser’s Infrared technology, you can expect the best cut on the market. With repeatable +/-.0005” tolerances ranging on thicknesses from 0.001” – 0.025”, we ensure a consistently cut part every time. Our specialty is tight tolerance processing and we pride ourselves on being compliant with extensive ISO 9001:2008 quality standards.

At A-Laser, we know that our customers demand high quality complex parts. We also know that our customer’s success depends on our ability to deliver these high quality parts as quickly as possible. Typically, we are able to deliver prototypes and low volume runs within 24 hours and higher volumes within a few days while all maintaining the cut quality that only Infrared Lasers can offer. The value that manufacturers receive from utilizing A-laser’s Infrared Laser Cutting Services is unmatched. If you need to achieve complex and miniature design requirements then please contact your local A-Laser Representative; Joe Azevedo (jazevedo@fctassembly.com) or visit our website to learn more.
www.a-laser.com/ir-laser

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