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Depending onthe type of application, laser micro machining is categorized into four different processes:
We have long-standing experience with the production of micro laser drilling. We work hard materials which are hardly to be worked on like hardened steel, hard metal, ceramics and diamond. But we are also able to drill standard materials like high-grade steel, copper alloys and plastics very exactly.
Special trepanning optics allow for right-angled cuts in the µm range without post-processing. With the GFH laser machining system, ferrous and non-ferrous metals as well as non-metallic materials up to a thickness of 1 mm can be cut. The speed primarily depends on the desired contour and surface quality.
The laser offers a highly flexible tool for the manufacturing of deep engraving. Removal is performed on the basis of conventional CAD datasets, allowing programs to be created quickly. Since a tool with a negative of the geometry is not required (as is the case with form EDM), this manufacturing step is eliminated and the laser can be used economically even for small batches or frequently changing geometries.
In addition to the construction of micro laser conditioning attachments and the development of the conditioning processes, the GFH offers the job shop manufacturing of specific components.
With a special trepanning optics, a thin laser spot with up to 25 microns is created and will be lead to the rotating work piece which brings it to the required form. Since in this case neither a mechanical nor a relevant thermal influence is acting on the material, even the smallest structures can be created precisely and with a surface roughness of <0,2 microns.
Cleaving refers to the local modification of transparent workpieces like glass, fused silica or sapphire in order to release material along the introduced modification in a subsequent process.