Laser Light Technologies Releases a Look at Materials Used in Micromachining

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The guide takes you through all the parts that are needed in any micromachining process.

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“Metals/alloys are designed to be used with laser cutting, laser marking, hole drilling, and foil engraving, and polymers are purposed for laser cutting, machining for minute features, and hole drilling.”

Laser Light has announced the release of their most recent infographic: A Look at Materials Used in Micromachining. The infographic breaks down the micromachining process and the different materials used including what they are and the purposes they serve.

The infographic goes into detail about the main materials in micromachining. The materials listed and described in the infographic are ceramics, coatings, metals/alloys, and polymers.

According to Laser Light, “Metals/alloys are designed to be used with laser cutting, laser marking, hole drilling, and foil engraving, and polymers are purposed for laser cutting, machining for minute features, and hole drilling.”

To learn more about the micromachining process and materials involved, view the infographic here.

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Today, Laser Light is a critical supplier to Fortune 500 companies who have been clients for decades. We’ve earned our reputation for being a highly responsive solutions provider over more than 30 years of service. From every email we answer to every quality check we perform to every part we ship, we’re focused on your needs. You’ll appreciate it every day.

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