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How Lasers Helped Solve Endoscopic Guide Wire Manufacturing Challenges

As a laser integrator, we have the opportunity to work within many different industries and on diverse laser applications. Companies come to us with specific challenges and look to us not only to come up with a solution but the right solution. Industrial lasers for medical devices is a growing segment and one that seems […]

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5 Endoscopy Device Manufacturing Challenges Solved with Lasers

The global endoscopy equipment market is expected to grow significantly over the next five years from $22.6 billion in 2015 to $36.5 billion in 2022. At CMS Laser, we’re not surprised this sector is growing. We are fielding an increasing number of requests for laser-based solutions from manufacturers of endoscopic devices, such as catheters, guide […]

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Industrial Laser Buying Guide: 6 Must-Ask Questions Before Purchasing

There are lots of reasons why you might need a new industrial laser. Maybe your current laser system uses outdated technology or you’re opening up a new facility. Maybe you have a new product that requires laser marking, cutting, drilling or another application. Whatever the reason, there are certain questions you should ask yourself during the evaluation process. Industrial […]

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Control Micro Systems Implements Robotic Automation with Laser Applications

Control Micro Systems, Inc. has experienced an increase in demand for the use of robotic motion in its laser marking, welding and drilling systems. Medical device and medical tool manufacturers incorporate laser marking to permanently mark their products without additives, without altering the surface finish and at high speed. To fully benefit from the efficiency […]

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Industrial Laser Buying Guide: Laser Integrator vs. Laser Manufacturer

Industrial lasers are used across a broad spectrum of industries and could potentially have dozens of unique industry-specific applications. This wide array of applications can often make it difficult to find the right laser system to meet your needs. So, as you consider the laser options on the market, whether you’re looking for a laser […]

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Control Micro Systems Expands Laser Applications in Medical Field

Applications for marking and cutting lasers expand in the manufacture of both endoscopic devices and catheters Manufacturers of endoscopic guidewire devices frequently are required to mark brand/model information as well as measurement scales down the length of their products. They must be permanently marked without additives such as dyes or inks. Ytterbium fiber (1,064nm), frequency-doubled […]

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Control Micro Systems Expands Laser R&D Capabilities/Facilities

Control Micro Systems, Inc. has recently participated in several collaborative laser material processing R&D projects with industry leading clients in the aerospace, medical and consumer sectors. In response to growing joint-venture opportunities with existing and prospective customers, CMS has expanded its applications R&D facilities and capabilities. CMS facilities now include CO2 (10,640nm), 2 micron Thulium […]

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Control Micro Systems Introduces Laser Marking for High Speed Extrusion Lines

Control Micro Systems, Inc. recently re-engineered its line of laser marking systems designed specifically for integration with high speed extrusion lines. Plastics extrusion is a high-volume manufacturing process in which raw plastic is melted and formed into a continuous profile. Extrusion produces items such as pvc pipe/tubing, weather-stripping, fencing, deck railings, window frames, plastic films […]

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Control Micro Systems Introduces Next-Generation Multi-Axis Platform for Laser Machining Operations

Control Micro Systems, Inc. has introduced a new, interpolated multi axis platform to accommodate high-power fiber and CO2 laser sources for high-volume welding, cutting or marking/engraving applications. The standard 5-axis system integrates a 1000 x 600mm XY-axis stage, 150mm Z-axis stage and optional rotary beam delivery and/or part motion for small and large format workpieces. […]

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