Raymax pioneered lasers to provide a permanent and traceable code on wine bottles in Australian wineries of all sizes. There’s no more smudging or removing ink, no more risk of codes being tampered with – just permanent and traceable information written into the glass.
Many medical devices have extremely small components. These require precision processing, cutting, and welding to produce the devices. Lasers offer the precision, capability, and round-the-clock reliability needed for medical manufacturing.
Micro structuring flexibility is the fundamental requirement of the Australian National Fabrication Facility (ANFF) node based at the University of South Australia (UniSA). They chose the Kloe DiLase 650 for the flexibility this machine offers.
Laser cladding is an environmentally friendly, cost-effective way to resurface worn components used in the mining and energy sectors. For over 20 years, Raymax has worked with Laserline, the world’s leading manufacturer of high-power diode lasers for industrial applications.
After installing a 3D metal printing machine in the engineering department of UNSW, the Sunswift team approached Raymax to assist with the manufacture of their student-designed struts for the new car.
Reducing food waste is a major issue globally. Extending shelf life is an innovative way to help solve the problem. See how Raymax played a part in waste reduction by providing leading laser film perforation and respiration measurement equipment.
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