|Place of Origin:
|Minimum Order Quantity:
|Plywood case with 3 layers protection
|T/T, Western Union
|50W, 80W/100W/200W/500W Optional
|Rubber Mould Laser Cleaning Machine
|Fast And No Damage To The Mould
|Laser Source Type:
|Pulse Energy Fiber Laser 1.5mJ
|AC 110V Or 220V
Rubber Seal Mould Laser Cleaning,
50W Mould Laser Cleaning Machine,
Silicone Rubber Mold Laser Remover
50W Rubber Seal Mould Laser Cleaning Machine Silicone Rubber Mold Laser Remover
|Maximum current loss
|Working temperature range
|Reach to start operation
|Achieve complete stability
|Laser machine size
|L462*W260*H562 (855mm with pull rod)
Where it is used
As well as being able to clean objects which have developed surface corrosion that needs to be removed, such as metal tools, it is also possible to use laser cleaning as a means of preparing the surface of a material before it undergoes another form of processing. This might include priming prior to the application of paint, or the removal of excess debris in anticipation of welding.
Of course these are uses in which the precision of the fiber laser cleaning process is not really put to the test. To demonstrate the true extent of its abilities, it is worth looking at how it is applied in the context of cleaning silicon wavers in electronics manufacturing.
There are a number of ways in which pulsed fiber lasers can clean surfaces during semiconductor production, whether purely through photothermal ablation or by use of a type of steam cleaning that is still far more eco-friendly than any other method available.
As fiber lasers can be precisely controlled for a variety of applications, it makes sense that they are similarly adaptable for cleaning purposes.
Secondly, if a deeper clean is necessary, a fiber laser can be used to completely ablate the top layer of the material itself, exposing the untainted layer beneath.
This versatility means that it can take on cleaning duties across a wide range of materials, including those with textured surfaces which could not withstand alternative methods involving chemicals or physical contact of any kind. Add to that the other advantages such as its speed, efficiency and repeatability and it quickly becomes obvious why this is preferable in a cavalcade of industrial and manufacturing settings.
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