Kiss-cutting high-density foam

February 2007
Industrial Laser Solutions;Feb2007, Vol. 22 Issue 2, p2
The article reports on the efficiency of carbon dioxide (CO2) laser-based system in creating a kiss-cut automobile dashboards for manufacturing company in the U.S. The creation of kiss-cut was designed to penetrate one or two layers of materials without cutting the visible surface. On the other hand, application engineers of Synrad Inc. used 100 watts of the so-called gas power and nitrogen.


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