With the very latest laser technology, even the finest contours and cavities can be produced with maximum process reliability - and virtually without any tooling costs. Compared to the erosion process, direct machining is also carried out on materials that are difficult to machine, such as ceramics or tungsten carbide, without electrode production. This is a considerable advantage that not only saves production time and costs, but also protects the environment at the same time.
The benefits of laser technology
Direct machining of workpieces without electrode production.
Significantly shorter production times for filigree workpieces.
Reproducible manufacturing with the latest LaserSoft 3D software.