Applied Laser Engineering

Applied Laser Engineering

UK company Applied Laser Engineering will exhibit its laser engraving systems used to engrave high resolution 2D and 3D graphics into the surface of cylindrical and flat substrates.

Machines range from 0.6m to 7m roller length capability and up to 1m diameter. Laser type and wavelength is application or material specific. Materials processed include metals, ceramics, rubber, and natural and synthetic polymers. Engraving systems for ceramic anilox are a speciality.

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