The world demands higher precision and increased throughput at lower costs. ESI delivers.
ESI technology excels in accuracy, power control, reliability and productivity to achieve lower overall cost of ownership for applications ranging from the most simple laser cutting to today’s most material characterization processes. ESI engineers in a modular systems structure to ensure the bet value and flexibility. That flexibility allows you to change beam paths, laser engines, stages, and other components to reuse specified tools in new ways, on different materials, and for different processes. Your customers are pushing you to innovate, increase capabilities and provide faster results. Discover how unique engineering applied to lasers systems can help you meet those demands.
Laser Ablation Solutions
ESI’s high-precision laser ablation systems are designed with solid sampling for analytical science in mind. Such systems are used worldwide in applications as diverse as geosciences, forensics, biomedical, materials analysis, semiconductor analysis, archaeological investigation and gem fingerprinting.
- Sub micron performance in real applications.
- Ultra high resolution stages.
- Reduced fractionation.
- Genuine sub-micron ablations.
Deliver a wide variety of innovative components to your customer with ESI’s adaptable laser micromachining platforms. The platforms are adaptable to a range of laser sources to accommodate cutting, marking, drilling or engraving on a variety of materials. Decrease non-usable components and increase profitability.
- Low cost of ownership platforms.
- Platforms built in China for rapid delivery to production environments.
- Adaptable platforms for a wide variety of applications and materials.
MicroMill is a microsampling device designed for high resolution milling to recover sample powder for chemical and isotopic analysis. The combination of submicron stage resolution and positional accuracy, real-time video observation and a custom designed software system allows for sampling of complex accretionary structures in skeletal and crystalline materials.