Raymax Lasers


FAQ & Links

Links of Interest:
Australian Institute of Physics

ANFF-Australian National Fabrication
Facility- Micro and Nano fabrication facilities for Australian researchers.

Australian Optical Society

AMTIL- Australian Manufacturing Technology Institute Limited

Ophir News
Excimer Experts

Industrial Research Institute Swinburne
WTIA-Welding Technology Institute of Australia
Joint Laser Center Universities involvement
Laser Institute of America
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Q: What laser do you have for marking or coding on bottles or boxes?
A: Lasers from Linx Xymark in UK and Alltec, based in Germany, click doclinn[256|here] for more information.

Q: What laser is best for cutting or welding?
A; The answer depends on your type of material and its thickness. However, you will find more information in general from pages on our website. Either GSI Ltd (UK) or Laserline (Germany) are likely to do most heavy duty laser jobs. But please contact us if you can’t find what you're looking for.

Q: Cutting very fine material only microns thick only and need to know how well the job is done, what sort of laser is good for this?
A: A Laser system from our partners in Belgium is likely to be the best solution, with process viewing on-board for full or partial automation of your task.

Q:- How do I know if the laser is giving the right energy or power?
A:- We sell OPHIR power meters to measure the performance of your laser. The Ophir meters are the world’s best power meter, their accuracy is traceable and are all made to the ISO9001 standard. More information available here.

Safety Incident report download.

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