The automotive industry utilises a diverse range of materials, including plastics, composites, textiles, leather, glass and rubber. From the smallest interior trim components to large pillars and bumpers, from windows, windscreen wipers and door seals to seatbelts and airbags, CO2 lasers can replace conventional tools throughout the manufacturing process. As new automotive technology emerges, such as the current rapid advancements in e-mobility, lasers are increasingly utilised to assist product development and manufacture. Processes include cutting, drilling, ablation and marking.
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Robotic plastic cutting
Rubber cutting & drilling
Electric motor hairpin processing
Cutting & drilling carbon fibre composites
Battery casing ablation
Could a laser be used to improve your manufacturing process? We can help you to find out by testing samples of your material or product in one of our applications labs. Our applications lab facilities are open to both new and existing customers and OEMs. Our laboratories are well equipped to carry out a range of processes including cutting, marking, engraving, drilling, scribing, ablation and more. We offer rapid sample turnaround times, detailed application reports, and complimentary advice from our experienced applications engineers. Whatever your process, we can help you to determine the best laser for your application.