Owing to their flexibility, low operating costs, accuracy and high speed, CO2 lasers have become the backbone of manufacturing industry. But how does laser material processing work? It's simple: a focused, high-powered, laser beam is used as a heat source to increase the temperature of the base material, resulting in the melting and vaporisation of it. Cutting, drilling and welding are the traditional applications of laser machining. However laser material processing goes far beyond and includes achievements that would simply be impossible or too expensive with traditional material processing methods. To meet today's challenges, it is necessary to incorporate advanced machining in manufacturing processes. For this reason El, en's laser sources achieve sophisticated operations such as cutting, bio-stimulation laser kiss laser and laser micro-perforation but are also ideal for traditional applications such as cutting, welding and drilling.