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Use of laser technologies for scientific purposes

In terms of engraving, we often first imagine jewelery in which we can commemorate words, names, and dates. Although laser technology is widely used for business gifts, jewelry or dissemination purposes (tables, signboards), this technology is successfully used in the fields of innovative science, technical operation, and sophisticated equipment development.

Space satellites

One of the most interesting technical devices that we had to contribute to is the LitSat-1 satellite: https://kultura.lrytas.lt/istorija/2017/10/17/news/pirmojo-lietuvisko-palydovo-kurejas-prasitare- kas-slypejo-jo-inside-3070264 /. This small but complicated device was able to broadcast several Lithuanian words while crossing Lithuania. “This project has, to some extent, brought space ideas closer to the earth – both business, government, and the public believed that such complex products as space technology could be created in Lithuania,” Cosmos said in a press release (“15 min.”) Head of Association. At the moment, KTU is already testing the new system and is developing another satellite, which will be cut to very precise and small details. Such work is done with the help of laser cutting.

Identification numbers and parameter marking tables for technical installations

A durable, durable technology that is resistant to sometimes even very unfortunate environmental conditions is necessary to mark technical equipment. For example, in the event of a fire or accident, the tags must remain. Technical tables of this type are used in the aviation field to identify an object in the event of an aircraft accident. They also use them to indicate the manufacturer, the unique serial numbers for various factory assemblies, agricultural and transport equipment. These tables are chosen for resistance to temperature changes and chemicals.

Laser production

For the first time in Lithuania, Lithuania has been well established and takes the lead in laser production. Lasers produced in Lithuania are used worldwide, especially in the fields of medicine and war. Lasers created by Lithuanian companies are characterized by quality, variety, applicability to specific areas and some even unique invented technical solutions:

https://www.delfi.lt/mokslas/mokslas/pasaulineje-lazeriu-parodoje-net-10-lietuvos-imoniu.d?id=68294482 Laser production is complicated, unable to afford even the smallest functional details bias, so for their production others such as our company’s lasers are used, cutting, engraving and marking the right details.

Medical industry

The medical industry also has no laser engraving. In addition to the production of the aforementioned lasers, the engraving of equipment, such as medical tools, artificial implants, placed in the body, etc., occupies a significant place in medicine. Laser engraving in this area is irreplaceable because engraving remains unchanged and is harmless by continuously disinfecting tools, using chemistry or implanting in the human body for many years.

Military industry

For the military industry, not only technology such as optical sights are being developed with the help of lasers. The marking of weapons is very important. Every weapon, including at home, must have its own identification number and permit. It is not possible to remove the engraving, unless mechanically, but then the traces of removal remain and it is obvious that the weapon is illegal. So laser engraving is the only reliable way to mark it properly.

Research Laboratories

KTU, VU and other Lithuanian universities are doing a lot of research, creating new products and making their inventions famous in the world: http://www.technologijos.lt/n/mtl/zyme/Lietuviski-isradimai-ir-ju-patentai?tid= 5808 In-laboratory inventions require a large number of specimens, prototypes, until a finite product is created and serial production released. For such purposes, laser technology is particularly suitable: it can cut high quality pieces of material from different materials in a minimal amount of time and engrave them. This allows you to speed up the inventive process and rationalize your budget.

To summarize, the main advantages of laser technology are the high accuracy of work, longevity, resistance to external conditions, extremely fine, small parts cutting / engraving. The laser is suitable for a wide variety of materials: silicone, glass, plastic, aluminum, silver, copper foil, various metals and engraving. Engraving can be varied: surface marking, engraving or deep engraving.


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