The laser machining tool range comprises 4 types of machines: laser drilling and cutting, welding, engraving and ablation machines. These four machine types operate on different laser technologies and are therefore complementary.

Drilling and cutting

Our laser drilling and cutting machines operate on the "pulsed solid state" technology. This produces extremely fast, high quality cutting up to a thickness of 2 mm. It is possible to cut standard and more specific materials (ceramics, for example. The laser beam diameter ranges up to 40 micrometers. For all these reasons, these machines are suitable for large-scale production and they are sufficiently flexible to be used on workpieces ranging from the watch-making to medical spheres.


Laser welding machines are used for watch-making, micro-technology, medical, and metrology applications, etc. Designed for manual or automatic operation, in 3 or 5 positioned axes (inclinable laser tip).  A camera integrated in the laser spot centre (and/or PFO) is used to visualise the firing point in real time or for integration of a vision system to automatic geometry correction.

Its design and flexibility enable various prototype clamps or mounts to be used. It is possible to integrate a vision system to check for part presence and weld compliance. A part identification camera provides for accurate calibration for maximum flexibility and management of the different parts to be loaded onto the mounts. Process productivity can easily be improved by integrating a Delta type robot, a tool charger or a linear feed vibration system.


Laser marking machines for fine parts made of all materials have applications in areas ranging from watch-making to micro-technologies.

Designed to operate in manual or automatic mode, it is so flexible that it can be used with different holders or mounts. A camera automatically positions and orientates tthe engraving on the workpiece..



Our ablation machines are extremely versatile, making them ideal for a myriad of applications on different materials, such as metal, plastic, glass, ceramics and organic materials.

By integrating modern laser sources such as fibre lasers or solid state lasers, ablation, marking and surface micro-structuring operations can be performed with top quality results and accuracy.