Laser Light Technologies Releases Laser Micromanufacturing 101: Everything You Need to Know

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The guide takes a look at how laser manufacturing works and which industries benefit from its use.

Laser micromachining is an efficient way to manufacture light restricting components such as apertures, optical slits, pinholes and reticles. From a manufacturing perspective, it is used for a variety of purposes including additive manufacturing, CNC machining, and injection molding. ”

Laser Light Technologies has announced the release of their most recent infographic: Laser Micromanufacturing 101: Everything You Need to Know. The infographic breaks down what laser micromanufacturing is and the uses of it.

According to Laser Light, “Laser micromachining is an efficient way to manufacture light restricting components such as apertures, optical slits, pinholes and reticles. From a manufacturing perspective, it is used for a variety of purposes including additive manufacturing, CNC machining, and injection molding.”

The guide also breaks down the various industries that utilize laser micromanufacturing such as automotive, research, medical, and technology.

To learn more about laser micromanufacturing and its importance, view the infographic here.

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Our vision is to improve the lives of our stakeholders and community through the application of laser technology. We provide the highest quality service and an exceptional customer experience through commitment to comply with all requirements, continual improvement and validation to maintain the effectiveness of our Quality Management System.

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