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We at Control Micro Systems would like to wish you and yours a very Happy Holiday season. We're grateful for the opportunity we had in 2014 to serve you, and look forward to another year of building strong relationships with our clients around the world..
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If you're investigating new methods for part processing, our state of the art Applications Development Lab accepts samples, along with a list of process requirements (speed/size/contrast/etc.) and develops a laser-based application, all at no cost to you. CMS Laser maintains the most comprehensive Applications Development Laboratory in the Industrial Laser Manufacturing industry. Over 15 lasers from the laser industry's leading companies give us the means to specifically match your product and process to the optimal laser source. Our Applications Development Lab engineers are able to.
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Join CMS Laser at the 2014 ATX Midwest Expo, running October 15th/16th in Schaumburg, IL. The MD&M, Design and Manufacturing, and Plastec shows will all be running concurrently in the same hall. As CMS Laser is an active part in all four trade groups, this will be an important two days to hear and see all that our industrial laser systems are already doing in hundreds of places around the world. In addition, you can meet with our engineers about custom laser marking, cutting, welding, and.
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The new CMSLaser.com site is finally here! Over the past several months we've been busy developing a new, simpler website for you. All new content, new photos and videos, and a lot of new features later, it's launched and now we're sweeping up the construction dust that's inevitably left over. We're not finished with the new site, however. We'll be regularly adding new content in order to make sure we give you need to make informed choices on industrial laser markers, laser cutters, laser drillers, laser welders,.
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Control Micro Systems Inc.’s Gen4 laser system is designed to mark and verify ECC200 data matrix symbology as well as other machine code formats, man-readable text, and graphic images. Adjustable width through-conveyor and programmable mark locations accommodate panels of virtually any size and array configuration. The Gen4 is available with a wide variety of air-cooled CO2 and solid-state lasers, including a Ytterbium fiber laser to mark almost any board substrate material and coating combination, usually without requiring a preprinted ink block. The in-line through conveyor laser system.
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