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With Little to no Secondary Finishing

Our laser micromachining and micromanufacturing services are our area of expertise, and we place a strong emphasis on producing small, precise parts with remarkable edge quality and tolerances as tight as 5um.

With little to no secondary finishing procedures, laser micro-machining has become the norm as feature sizes and tolerances outgrow the limits of conventional machining.

Our laser micromachining services use a variety of specialised laser equipment and a wide selection of materials to meet the needs of your project or part & Micro Precision Laser Cutting.

Universities, engineers, and scientists working in the aerospace, defence, microelectronics, and medical device sectors are some of our clients.


Intangible stress
Features with Smaller Sizes
Heat Effect Is Minimal
zero tooling expenses
Low Material Waste Leverage Lot Sizes Are Small
more exact tolerances
Reduced Finishing Steps and Wear on Tools
Metal components are laser-micromachined

Alloy steel, aluminium alloys, brass, carbon steel, molybdenum, stainless steel, titanium, platinum, and tool steel are just a few of the sheet metal kinds that are appropriate for laser cutting with UV, CO2, and Fiber lasers. Some uses include slits in optical apertures or filters, holes for gas flow restrictors, stencil mask mask slots, and tubular sections with particular patterns. To achieve precise detail and razor-sharp corners, laser cutting dramatically simplifies the design and manufacturing processes.

Alloy steel and tool steel: Since the distribution and amount of additives added to the base iron are carefully regulated, the majority of alloy steels are regarded as excellent candidates for laser cutting. Strong materials like 4130 (chrome moly steel) and 4340 (chrome nickel moly steel) have superb laser cut edges that are square and clean. Steel: For clean cutting of stainless steel sheet metal manufactured components, high-power CO2 and Fiber lasers produce dross-free edges without deburring. In order to retain the material's corrosion resistance, the laser procedure reduces the HAZ along the cut edge. The edges of the cuts are also straight, tidy, and smooth.

The concentrated heat energy of a focused laser beam has a favourable effect on pure titanium. While increasing cutting speeds, the use of an oxygen aid also tends to encourage the growth of a thicker oxide layer along the cut edge.