We at Applied Laser Solutions combine over 50 years in the laser cutting and motion control industries to bring you the exacting solutions you require.
We provide custom laser CNC machines, advanced laser cutting applications, and engineering expertise to solve your technological issues. We handle all types of laser cutting in many different materials which lend themselves well to laser cutting. We started the first job shop in the Silicon Valley and have developed advanced laser cutting techniques which allow us to handle many jobs that others are not able to and at a lower cost. We also offer Anorad repair of all types in the field or through the mail. Our service team is highly skilled and qualified in the field of Anorad repair and we can handle any type of motion control from x-y stages to rotary axis and combinations of these. Many of our clients require custom built CNC machines to accomplish their jobs in-house. This has allowed us to develop a system for building custom CNC machines that are tailored to suit your work space, and the job at hand. These custom CNC machines can be built from all new components, or used equipment to save you important resources and shorten lead time.
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Prof. Wei Huang and Dr. Chenxin Ran
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