Vitro Laser: Laser Technology

Developments revolutionize the marking of different materials by laser technology. Conventional methods are limited to the marking of the materials’ surface.

With our laser subsurface engraving method the surface remains untouched. The desired marking is carried out inside the material.

The laser beam will be precisely focused in order to keep the finest formations and details of the masters. Every design is represented point by point and with a clear structure. We call this method “Vitrography”. Two dimensional as well as three dimensional designs from all areas can be engraved. The result will convince you with its pin sharp quality.

Laser subsurface engravings can be made in all kinds of translucent materials e.g. glass, tempered or laminated glass, acrylic glass, ceramic glass, sapphire, polycarbonate etc.

The process of subsurface engraving works precise and detailed with highest speed and offers an extremely efficient and economic production. On top of that our systems offer user-friendly interfaces which guarantee high comfort during your daily work and an easy orientation.

600450 Vitro Laser: Laser Technology
Date: 15 December 2007
Source: Vitro Laser

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