Jewelry Laser Systems for Laser Welding, Laser Engraving and Laser Cutting
In this jewelry laser welding and laser engraving. We demonstrate some of the many applications available with laser technology for jewelry repair and design.
Laser Welding Jewelry
Jewelry laser welders can fill porosity, re-tip platinum or gold prong settings, repair bezel settings, repair/resize rings and bracelets without removing stones and correct manufacturing defects. because. Laser welding reconfigures the molecular structure of either similar or dissimilar metals at the point of welding, allowing the two common alloys to become one.
Manufacturing and retail jewelers currently using laser welders are often amazed at the wide range of jewelry applications and the ability to produce a higher quality product in less time with fewer materials while eliminating excessive heat effects. and
Laser Engraving Jewelry
Laser marking and engraving systems are a fast and clean technology that is rapidly replacing older laser technologies. Direct laser marking and laser engraving has now become a common process in the jewelry industry. It offers a non-contact, abrasion-resistant, permanent laser mark onto almost any type of material including gold, platinum, silver, brass, stainless steel, carbide, copper, titanium, aluminum as well as a wide variety of alloys and plastics. although
Identification text, serial numbers, corporate logos, 2-D data matrix, bar coding, graphic and digital images. Or any individual process data can be produced with laser engraving. Just to name a few of the many laser marking and engraving applications available. as soon as
Laser Cutting Jewelry
All jewelry metals, precious and non-precious, can be laser cut-from gold and silver to stainless steel and titanium. For most types of laser engraving machines, metal thicknesses up to 1 mm work well for laser cutting pendants, charms, keepsakes and monograms. As a general rule for name jewelry designs, a thickness of 0.5 to 0.8 mm will suffice. since
The different properties of each metal make the laser-cutting process unique for each, including gold, silver and stainless steel.