Drilling & Perforating
A successful CO2 laser drilling and perforating application requires a balance of high peak power and good rise/fall times to ensure fast throughput. When drilling and perforating, coupling the energy into the material efficiently yields clean, accurate holes through the material. The energy balance is especially critical for materials like ceramics. The laser operates in a pulsed mode to remove material steadily, until penetration occurs and a hole forms. Pulses with discreet durations and energy levels create very small, repeatable hole diameters. Synrad offers pulse lasers with the industry's best peak pulse power and exceptional rise and fall times, for precise pulsed laser beams.