3-10W UV lasershave long been popular in cutting coated glass6 months ago Saint-Julien-en-Genevois, France Ad Views:188 Ad ID: 2880
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RFH 10W UVlaser cuts coated glass without difficulty
The widespread use of glass inmodern industry has long been deeply rooted in the hearts of the people, butworkers in the production industry are still pursuing higher standards and moreefficient processing methods. Laminating the film on the glass can increase thegloss of the glass, protect the glass from damage, and filter out some harmfullight, but the difficulty of processing and cutting the glass afterthe film is also increased.
NanosecondUV laser cuts glass coating, the edge is not black and does not damage theglass
But RFH's S9 nanosecond UV laser has no trouble handlingthe cutting of coated glass! In a laser technology exchange seminar in theindustry, Feng Gaogong from a leading glass production company said decisively.
We all know that whentraditionally cutting coated glass, it is limited by the equipment that needsto be cut at least twice, which is completely inconsistent with therequirements of modern industrial production. Feng Gaogong talked eloquently,but this nanosecond UV laser fromRFH can be cut once. , in one step, completely controlled by computer, nomatter what pattern, size, size, it can complete the task accurately.
What is even more surprising tous manufacturers is that because the RFH laser is highly integrated, it doesnot require very professional personnel to operate it. The lower therequirements for people, the higher the selectivity is, Feng Gaogong continued.
3-10W UV lasershave long been popular in cutting coated glass
RFH's S9 UV laser series has apower range of 3W-10W. Compared with similar products, it is smaller in size,more refined in design, and more stable in light output. The small and compactdesign means that users do not need to make a large optical path, which cangreatly reduce costs and save space, and can be easily installed in flyingmarking equipment. The S9 UV laseris not only small in size, but also has a more stable cavity structure andstronger expansibility than similar products. The same cavity can generatelasers of various powers, and the stability of different power segments isgreatly improved.
RFH's more than fifteen years ofdevelopment in laser technology has left customers with the impression that itis efficient, stable, safe and advanced.