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Control Micro Systems Expands Laser R&D Capabilities/Facilities

R&D and applications development space expands to accommodate growing collaborative opportunities

Published: Tuesday, August 30, 2016 - 11:36

(Control Micro Systems: Orlando, FL) -- Control Micro Systems 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, Control Micro Systems has expanded its applications R&D facilities and capabilities. Control Micro Systems facilities now include CO2 (10,640nm), 2 micron Thulium fiber (2,000 nm), Ytterbium fiber (1,064 nm), frequency doubled Nd:YVO4 (532 nm), frequency-tripled NdYVO4 (355 nm UV) and a new multiwavelength femtosecond laser.

Support resources include beam-shaping and focusing optics, robots and programmable stages, vision systems, and test equipment.

Control Micro Systems provides long-term, dedicated R&D facilities including client-dedicated R&D laboratories, assigned full-time Control Micro Systems employees, full-time onsite client employees. It also offers unfettered access to Control Micro Systems electrical, mechanical, and software engineering support as well as a complete machining center and fabrication capabilities.


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Control Micro Systems

Established in 1983, Control Micro Systems designs and builds customized industrial laser material processing systems for marking, engraving, etching, cutting, drilling, ablation, welding, wire stripping and surface modification. Typical applications include plastics,.metals, glass, ceramics/composites. PCBs, and pharmaceutical tablets.