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Advanced Laser Technologies Laser Cuts Powder Coated Parts to Assure Clean Opening Edges

STONEHAM, MA -- (Marketwire) -- 09/27/12 -- Advanced Laser Technologies is introducing laser cutting and drilling services they perform on parts that are powder coated first. This lets them produce clean openings and eliminate the need for masking.

Laser Cutting & Drilling Services from Advanced Laser Technologies can be performed on parts that have been powder coated already with thermal barrier coatings (TBCs) to eliminate masking time and reduce assembly and handling costs. Featuring precise patterns, laser cutting after powder coating can produce holes down to 0.015" dia. and assure clean edges with no overspray.

Ideally suited for parts made from 6061 Aluminum and similar materials which have been powder coated first, Laser Cutting & Drilling Services from Advanced Laser Technologies are performed using a Nd:YAG laser system and can handle parts up to 30" dia. Applications include instrument housings, detectors, filters, and air and fluid control components.

Advanced Laser Technologies' Laser Cutting & Drilling Services are priced according to part configuration and quantity. Price quotations are available upon request.

About Advanced Laser Technologies

Advanced Laser Technologies specializes in micro-hole laser drilling, cutting and welding using Nd:YAG and CO2 lasers to achieve extremely close tolerances. The firm can provide material sourcing and include processes such as bending and threading, with concurrent engineering, all qualification testing, and feature six sigma repeatability.

Typically producing aerospace, aviation, and electronic components, Advanced Laser Technologies currently holds the following certifications: AS9100 Rev. B, NADCAP approved for Laser Cutting/Drilling {Merit Supplier Status}, and General Electric Approved Suppler for Laser Cutting/Drilling & Airflow per P17TF2, P1TF78, P1TF10, ANSI-Z136.1, S-422 and E50TF217.

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