Lasers can execute incredible tasks that aren’t possible any other way, and they’re increasingly valuable in manufacturing today. To ensure your unique needs are met with an ideal solution, Laser Light Technologies has equipment covering the full spectrum of laser wavelengths to process a variety of different applications.
We’re proud to create and operate micromachining systems that make the most of all that lasers have to offer. This takes strategic engineering thinking that considers what’s best for a customer project: technicians or robotic automation; excimer lasers, picosecond lasers, or Nd: YAG lasers; and more.
The goal is always flawless precision. We have instruments with nanometer level accuracy to test and measure what we produce, ensuring we fulfill our promises. We also have reporting processes that give you timely information about what matters most to you.
Laser technology is central to what we do, but the reason we do it is you: our customer.
Laser Light Technologies has more than 30 years’ experience working with this established technology. We combine excimer lasers with cutting-edge motion and optical components to create systems that match your needs for high volume with a high level of precision.
Working with Laser Light Technologies brings extra advantages to this premium micromanufacturing method. Our expertise in ultrafast laser machining with a less heat affected zone (HAZ) gives you unrivaled, excellent edge quality.
Our versatile micromachining systems with fundamental, doubled and tripled frequency YAG lasers give you more options. We’re able to process ceramic, plastic and metals, delivering a clean-cut edge within specific tolerances for your specific application.
The fastest, highest-precision laser in micromanufacturing today, femtosecond lasers can process nearly any type of solid material, including layered, mixed, laminated, or coated materials, with the highest quality and precision.
Quality control for micromanufacturing is an exercise in detail, precision and patience. We embrace this fully with optical inspection systems and a variety of reports that confirm accuracy, help improve efficiency, and keep you informed during every step of the process.