Laser drilling

Laser drilling, like marking or microperforation, is based on the evaporation of material at the place of drilling. As a rule, high-power pulsed lasers with high energy density and special drilling methodology are used – single pulses, repeated shock pulses, hole cutting, spiral drilling, etc.…

Why choose our solution

Testing in advance

We offer the possibility of testing samples or a feasibility study

Bespoke laser customization

We can individualize our machines according to your needs

Complete realization

We will arrange the turnkey contract, including installation and training

Fast service

We will quickly supply spare parts and provide a complete service

Case study
Key parameters when choosing a cleaning laser

In this article we explain the importance of the individual parameters of cleaning lasers, the fundamental principle of laser cleaning and the applications for which each power series is suitable.

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Case study
Restoration using a pulsed cleaning laser

Restoration, graffiti, dirt or soot removal, none of this is a problem for the ROD cleaning system. The laser is particularly suitable for very sensitive restoration of monuments or historical objects.

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Case study
Laser cleaning of industrial moulds

Laser mould cleaning covers a wide range of applications, including mould presses, tyre moulds, baking moulds, injection moulds and more.

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Advantages and functions of our lasers

Drilling very small holes (<10 μm to several thousand holes per second)
High precision (up to micrometers), and machining of miniature products
Drilling is contactless, dust-free and almost noiseless
Drilling of hard and brittle materials , eg carbides, ceramics, glass
The material is not significantly thermally stressed - deformations are prevented and the product cools down quickly
Significantly lower maintenance than mechanical drilling.
The drilling laser is easy to integrate into the production line

Suitable materials

Plasty (PMMA)
Materiály pro označení

Advantages of laser drilling over conventional methods


Drilling of hard and brittle materials, eg carbides, ceramics, glass


Up to several thousand holes per second


Possibility to change the size, shape and angle of drilling during the process


Repeatable accuracy and possible process control

What can a drilling laser be used for?

Drilling ceramics
Drilling micro-holes (usually <100 mm in diameter) into alumina and aluminum nitride and similar ceramic materials.
Drilling of stainless steel, brass, molybdenum and alloys.
Circular and irregular shapes with a minimum diameter of 5 microns.
Polymer thermoplastic drilling
Through and blind holes in thermoplastics. Hole diameters up to 2 microns.
Glass drilling
Lasers with high repetition frequency and short wavelength are ideal for micro-drilling glass.
Drilling SiN cards
Laser production of variable shape and small holes (<100 microns), with controlled or zero taper.

Our lasers offer

Packmaster CW CO2 laser for easy open processing of flexible paper and PET packaging.
Plastic (PMMA)
The Packmaster OEM CW has been designed to meet today's needs in laser cutting, scoring, macro and micro perforation.
On request
Mercury Textile High productivity CO2 laser cutting plotter sei mercury
Top in the field of professional laser systems for cutting, marking and decoration of fabrics in industrial applications.
On request
Eureka Laser system for cutting different materials, especially wood
Plastic (PMMA)
Compact system for cutting and marking, equipped with a CO2 laser with a power of 30-150 W. For materials in sheets and rolls.
On request
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