After 28 years of building standard and custom laser workstations for multiple applications required by customers, Mundt has built an exceptional ultra-short pulse laser workhorse that combines a Cartesian system with a galvanometer with infinite field of view to offer more options that address high-precision industrial requirements. The capabilities of these powerful multi-axis Class I or IV laser workstations provide solutions for any manufacturing need.
This is an advanced manufacturing tool, with more built-in capabilities than most other machines available on the market today. The ultra-short pulse lasers, femtoseconds to picoseconds, perform unique tasks in multiple industrial applications, particularly ablation, cutting, drilling, marking and other surface-modification processes.
"Mundt provides laser workstations to accomplish the most complex welding, drilling, and ablation required by the medical industry, and it offers standard and custom solutions for a designteam to ensure the success of any project."
Ultra-short pulse-laser energy can ablate without heat input to the part, so there is no heat-affected zone. This highspeed, seamless machining over large areas improves process times, enables more complex product designs, improves product reliability and lowers operating costs. The future requires technology changes; miniaturisation requires new manufacturing technology; and Mundt supports the new industrial demands for microelectromechanical systems.
This new workstation is built on a granite/ ceramic base and achieves extreme 0.5μm of accuracy that permits machining of tiny detailed features.
Four-F optics allows precise galvanometer movements, and infinite field of view provides for accurate and seamless part programming and processing for operators.
There are several reasons to embrace laser-micromachining technology:
Mundt provides laser workstations to accomplish the most complex welding, drilling, and ablation required by the medical industry, and it offers standard and custom solutions for a design team to ensure the success of any project. Mundt laser workstations are built in Scottsdale, Arizona, US.