Amada Miyachi America gains large order for laser micromachining systems

Each laser micromachining system includes an ultrashort-pulse laser, among other features.

Amada Miyachi America (Monrovia, CA), which makes welding, marking, cutting, sealing, and bonding systems, has received a multi-million-dollar, multi-system order for ultrashort-pulse (USP) laser micromachining equipment to be installed in a major United States-based medical device manufacturer.

Each laser micromachining system includes a femtosecond (or USP) laser, galvo scanning beam delivery, vision system, and a conveyor to transport the part into and out of the process area.

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"This major order is not only the culmination of process development with this customer, but also a stepping stone to more laser micromachining opportunities where we can deliver best-in-industry equipment, long term support, and process consultation," says David Fawcett, Amada Miyachi America’s president and CEO.

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