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Renovations ahead of 27th Anniversary Celebration at Laser Mark’s Company

Months in the Making….Walls removed… floors ripped up….. and Pretty soon the celebration will begin!   We worked through dust and noise; paint and trim, new doors and floors till epoxy fumes finally shut us down for a few days.

Demolition and Dust

Demolition and Dust

Laser Mark’s Company has opened up its work space  to do more than accommodate additional laser platforms.  The new  open floor plan makes it easier to speed  processing  parts for our many customers that require quick turn through put.

Open Plan with space for new systems

Open Plan with space for new systems

Upgrading both Single Mode MOPA and CO2 with new stages, and programmable focusing

Upgrading both Single Mode MOPA and CO2 with new stages, and programmable focusing

And the back room has also been re-configured with new material carts and mobile tool and supply storage to make optical change overs go quickly.

Multiple staging locations are easily accessible for material buffers during processing.   Finished Goods and Work in Progress  now have a dedicated shipping and receiving door with many documents now being process electronically.

Research and Development with a new fume controlled enclosure for CO2 processing with motorized focus control on the 3 axis system

All this to be ready for our 27th anniversary celebration coming soon. There will be wine and food to be shared with our favorite friends and associates   Stay tuned.

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New Research Laser Goes Online at UCSD

Custom designed by Laser Mark’s Company, this system utilizes a single mode Extended Pulse Control MOPA fiber laser.  It can be configured to mark spot sizes from less than 10 microns on  small fields, and  <35 micron spots over 178mm square fields.  The precision X-Y and Z axis have sub-micron repeatability over 250mm of travel.  The Laser Mark’s designed video beam splitter provides the targeting for precision alignment.  The screen in the photo displays crosshairs engraved by the laser itself.  The system will be used by post graduate students to develop micro fluidic heat sinks, and nano particle ablative transfer along with dozens of other advanced research projects.

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