Ink coats have no chance with laser stripping.
Wherever painting or coating is applied, stripping per laser technology is possible as well. In many situations, this is even the more precise, time-saving and thus economic approach.
Imagine a component from metal, steel, glass or other material shall remain only partially free from ink coats or coating. Experts would now explain that exactly this location must be covered, for example, taped off, with elaborate effort.
This process can now be dispensed with, because stripping per laser is much more effective and preserves the material much better. Layer by layer of the coating can now be carefully removed with the laser – if necessary, even down to the base material.
For example, if the primer is supposed to remain on the material, the laser can be adjusted accordingly. Stripping then takes basically place slice by slice.