Marking & engraving

CO2 lasers can be used to improve the carving of Tibetan mani stones, which depict Buddhist mantras, sutras, Buddha images or symbols. (Image: CKLaser)

CO2 lasers optimise ancient Tibetan stone carving

Laser engraving has allowed Tibetan mani stone carvers to carry on an important tradition, while also introducing new possibilities to this ancient art

Laser pulses can be used to heat metals and obtain an ultra-thin film of metal oxides that exhibit light interference effects to generate different colours. (Image: ITMO University)

Handheld 'laser paintbrush' to enable drawing on metallic surfaces

The tool's colour palette of over 20 colours and shades can be expanded due to the variability and accuracy of laser parameters

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