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Lacobel®

with laser processed

decor and back light

Laser cut display

Laser drilling in float glass

Mirror with

laserdesign,

matted decoating

and backlight

Stripping results of varoius materials

clear glass surface

Lacobel® (paint)

Enamel before

tempering

Enamel after

tempering

Ipachrome®

ITO (conductive layer)

clear glass surface

clear glass surface

no good result

no good result

no good result

clear glass surface

clear glass surface

clear glass surface

matted glass surface

matted glass surface

matted glass surface

matted glass surface

matted glass surface

matted glass surface

matted glass surface

matted glass surface

clear glass surface

clear glass surface

slightly matted

surface

slightly matted

surface

no good result

clear glass surface

clear glass surface

clear glass surface

Surface

engraving CO2

Fiberlaser

1064nm

Mirror

Sub-surface

engraving 532nm

Lacobel T® (Enamel)

LowE

Cutting and Drilling

Stripping

Stripping can be carried out either with a sub-surface en-

graving laser or a CO2 laser for surface engraving. Alter-

natively, CERION also uses other lasers to offer the best

quality and productivity depending on the type of coating.

Depending on the laser method, textured coatings such as

paints, mirror coatings, tempered or non-tempered enamel,

LowE coatings or conductive layers can easily be removed.

The Cerion developed laser removal replaces lithographic

and screen printing and allows a flexible and cost-effective

production of printed glasses with changing styles and

large and small quantities. By means of laser ablation, signi-

ficantly higher resolutions and contour sharpening can be

achieved than by screen or digital printing. Also samplings

by means of ablation can be carried out quicker and more

efficient as no additional intermediate steps are required.

CERION also offers laser machines for drilling, cutting and

three-dimensional structuring of glass surfaces. Particularly

advantageous for laser cutting is the free shaping, the com-

pletely force-free process without coolant and the final

quality of the edge that requires no further finishing more

generally. Upon request, the edge of a cut or a hole directly

in the process with a chamfer or rounding can be provided.

Especially for the processing of technical glass, laser proces-

sing offers clear advantages and is increasingly interesting

for the industry. Depending on the laser type and depen-

ding on the thickness of the glass cutting speeds up to 1m/ s

can be achieved. The cutting edges are dull to slightly trans-

parent – depending on the cutting process.