Laser Micro Perforation

Laser microperforation or laser microdrilling is the process of laser drilling micro holes on materials such as plastic films, paper and fabric. It is a subset of laser drilling processing techniques. Compared to mechanical micro perforation, laser offers speed, flexibility, resolution and accuracy. El.En.’s CO₂ laser sources operated in pulsed mode will pulse at a maximum frequency of 100 Khz to get perfectly round holes, with no debris or signs of recast. Owing to those characteristics, El.En.’s CO₂ laser sources are widely used in the food packaging industry, to create containers that will guarantee the quality of the food they store. Other applications are in the automotive industry to drill micro holes in tissues and in the fashion industry to make decorations based on micro-perforation.

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