LASER (Light Amplification Stimulated Emission of Radiation)
Laser definition: by amplifying light by stimulated radiation
There are three major elements of laser: resonance cavity, gain material and excitation source
The processing principle of laser texture is based on the interaction of high-energy laser light with the metal surface. According to the type of laser light used, ionization can be produced in a small area of the surface, or double action of ionization and melting. Whereas the nanosecond laser uses the dual action of melting and ionization of the material, leaving a heat-affected zone (HAZ), the femtosecond laser is directly ionizing the material, producing the smallest HAZ and no burrs at all: therefore this femtosecond results high-efficiency produced by lasers are also called "cold melting".
Most textured surfaces are uneven, but have complex curved geometry. The key criterion for the quality of laser texture solutions is the system's ability to correctly compensate for these surfaces. When applying textures to surface geometry, most commercial systems introduce errors. GF laser texture processing technology uses advanced software to texture even the most complex surfaces.
Existing surface texturing techniques (such as chemical etching) limit the predictability and ecological issues of designers in surface design. In the past, laser texture technology produced a high part cost, but + GF + laser texture processing technology changed the rules, because its efficiency makes the production technology cost more affordable.
Laser technology: two advantages of functional surface application in mold and part processing
1. Innovative texture, unlimited design and unlimited processing
Laser texture processing technology helps product designers to carry out creative design with fewer restrictions on surface design.
Laser texture processing technology minimizes cutting tools, electrodes or manual processes, such as mask reduction, cleaning and inspection. Even if you want to combine textures and logos, you can complete your operation in a single setting. + GF + laser texture processing technology enables designers to perfectly apply their design creativity to challenging surfaces, allowing manufacturers to execute new designs while controlling part costs, shortening lead times and processing time, and significantly Improve product quality.
2. shorten the delivery time, while generating higher added value
Since the advent of laser technology, the technology has developed rapidly, covering almost all industrial applications, 5G, IC packaging, semiconductors, new automobiles, aerospace, power and energy industries, precision, micro processing, electronic components, information communication, mechanical micro Processing, medical, dental, cosmetic equipment and emerging applications such as light guide and wave elimination.
Key industries in the future
Information and Communication Technology (ICT), Electronic Components (EC) Industry
+ GF + Laser texture technology has a good effect on the processing of innovative materials, and it can improve the competitiveness of R & D new products and make the mass production yield high.
5G new car, electric vehicle industry
The automotive industry is increasingly demanding more geometric textures, especially in high-end automotive molds. Lamp manufacturers hope to avoid manual work as much as possible to ensure manufacturing quality. Master manufacturing complexity and innovation to meet your challenges. For manufacturers wishing to succeed in the future automotive market, + GF + laser texture processing technology is a new revolution.
+ GF + laser texture processing technology replaces the chemical etching sandblasting process, using multiple process solutions to reduce the number of operations, so that the process is free of pollution risks, improves part quality and texture continuity, obtains 100% part consistency and reduces risk!
"+ GF + replaces manual operation with digital technology to boost your innovation and parts quality, while controlling production costs and shortening time to market."
Manufacturers of packaging, cosmetics and kitchenware are looking for technologies that can control costs and quickly execute innovative designs. Master manufacturing complexity as a way to meet challenges. + GF + Laser texture processing technology is a solution for mold manufacturers seeking to break into the packaging industry.