The trend of today is speed, miniaturization and accuracy. For this reason, new technologies are constantly being sought that could process a wide range of materials in very small dimensions. Of course, there is a huge precision with which the object must be machined. Thanks to the focusing of the beam into micron dimensions, the use of lasers is very convenient.
We offer the possibility of testing samples or a feasibility study
We can individualize our machines according to your needs
We will arrange the turnkey contract, including installation and training
We will quickly supply spare parts and provide a complete service
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.Read case study
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.Read case study
Laser mould cleaning covers a wide range of applications, including mould presses, tyre moulds, baking moulds, injection moulds and more.Read case study
Laser is a non-abrasive method
Fully adjustable machining speed
Possibility to set machining details
Repeatable accuracy and possible process control
Laser has proven to be an ideal addition to the portfolio of tools to assist with collections care and collection presentations
We chose the laser cleaning method because it has a number of advantages over traditional methods. No solvents are used and there is no need to handle, recycle and ultimately dispose of the abrasive material.