Laser Services combines large ceramic substrate inventory and quick turn machining capabilities

Aug. 20, 2010
Westford, Mass. – Laser Services has expanded capabilities in both ceramic materials inventory and its laser-based machining services for those materials. The company is a value-added storehouse for a range of ceramic substrates (primarily alumina) from suppliers including Coorstek, CeramTec, and Kyocera.

Westford, Mass. – Laser Services has expanded capabilities in both ceramic materials inventory and its laser-based machining services for those materials. The company is a value-added storehouse for a range of ceramic substrates (primarily alumina) from suppliers including Coorstek, CeramTec, and Kyocera.

Laser Services has a close working relationships with top ceramic suppliers, and subsequently stocks various types and thicknesses for custom drilling, cutting, or scribing. In addition, the staff maintains up-to-date details on the critical ceramic material parameters that can impact the mechanical and electrical integrity of a customer’s design. These include consistency of dielectric constant, coefficient of thermal expansion (CTE), and dissipation factor.

In addition to its diversified ceramics material inventory, Laser Services offers extensive laser machining services for all types of materials. The company’s array of laser-based machine tools includes high-power, mid-power, and low-power lasers to cut, mark, weld, and perform a wide range of machining operations on a variety of materials.

A combination of high-power Nd:YAG lasers and high-power CO2 laser systems can accommodate surfaces as large as 5 x 10 feet, while mid-power CO2 systems provide optically aligned precision cuts. The firm’s specialized dual-beam and quad-beam mid-power CO2 laser systems can handle extremely detailed designs whether in small prototype runs or large production runs.

For more information, contact [email protected].

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