Universal Laser Systems, Inc.

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Manufacturer of laser engraving, cutting, marking and imaging systems for making signs, point of purchase products. Systems are available with processing areas of 16x12-in to 48x24-in with laser power 10-150 watts. Systems process materials like acrylic, plastic, wood, glass, marble, fabric and much more. The PLS6MW Multi-Wavelength Laser Platform is engineered to use three different wavelength laser sources (fiber 1.06 micron, CO2 10.6 micron and CO2 9.3 micron) for the ultimate flexibility in material processing.

2 laser beam. This is especially useful for manufacturers and researchers trying to cut, engrave, and mark on variety of materials. Fiber and CO2 laser systems can be very productive tools for thousands of materials. However, the chemical interaction between the material and laser differs depending on the characteristics and chemical composition of...

Universal Laser Systems, Inc.

 •  December 16, 2016

Researchers at Arizona State University team with Universal Laser Systems to explore new methods for processing integrated circuits The ASU team collaborated with engineers at Universal Laser Systems to make a detailed comparison of laser annealing and microwave annealing. The joint team found that both annealing methods produce the necessary...

Universal Laser Systems, Inc.

 •  October 15, 2016

October 13, 2016 marks the 28th anniversary of Universal Laser Systems as the technology leader in laser material processing technology. Founded in 1988, ULS has been focused on advancing the application of modern CO2 laser technology with customers worldwide. See the significant contributions ULS has made to the evolution and growth of the laser...

Universal Laser Systems, Inc.

 •  August 24, 2016

Targeting laser job shops called on to process small batches of material that may or may not respond to the wavelengths of the lasers they use, laser material processing systems maker Universal Laser Systems (ULS; Scottsdale, AZ) has received a patent (US Patent No. 9,346,122) for its MultiWave Hybrid technology that combines multiple wavelengths...