Precision Diamond Laser Cutting and Micromachining
Diamond Laser Cutting through Layer-by-Layer Ablation
Diamonds are the world’s hardest material but are sensitive to high-temperature gradients and tend to crack when processed. Traditional manufacturing processes like wire-based electrical discharge machining make diamond cutting a time-consuming process with high tool wear.
Diamond laser cutting shortens machining time considerably. Due to the extremely short laser pulses, the material can be removed without thermally damaging the remaining material. This enables a high-quality result with cut edges that have a low surface roughness.
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Low Material Loss with Diamond Laser Cutting
Diamond laser cutting and micromachining are cost-efficient solutions for creating the finest microstructures. Iradion’s femtosecond and nanosecond lasers offer high ablation rates with high pulse peak powers:
To find your tailor-made solution, our specialists test your material in our application laboratory. We also combine our know-how with partners who are experts in building machines for diamond processing. This way, we find the right laser for your application.
Diamond Laser Cutting and Micromachining
Different types of diamonds and diamond layers can be processed with our femto- and nanosecond lasers:
- Natural diamonds (ND)
- Mono-crystalline diamonds (MCD)
- Poly-crystalline diamonds (PCD)
- Chemical Vapor Deposition Diamonds (CVD)
Experience faster and more efficient material processing:
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Diamond Laser Cutting and Processing Without Tool Wear
Micromachining and cutting
25 µJ @ 1 MHz
1 mJ @ 40 kHz
Up to 2.5 MHz
Up to 400 kHz
Up to 30 MHz
High-Precision Manufacturing with the Aionis Series
The Aionis series offers highly efficient processing using burst mode. Pulse-on-demand enables high-precision processing, single pulse control and equidistant pulse distance.
Experience High Peak Power and Short Pulse Widths with the Blizz Series
The Blizz series was specifically developed for applications that require high output power. High peak powers combined with short pulse widths enable fast processing speeds, particularly on hard materials.