High throughput Laser structuring with Multiscale Periodic feature sizes for Advanced Surface Functionalities (LAMpAS)
LAMpAS technology satisfies the increasing demand for products with novel surface performances at an affordable cost by the combination of high-power ultrashort laser sources in combination with new optical concepts for fast materials processing with minimal heat impact on the work piece. Inspired by natural surfaces, LAMpAS offers well-defined surface patterns with controlled length-scales and feature sizes smaller than 1 µm that can provide advance surface functions. LAMpAS technology can provide a wide range of surfaces with novel functionalities.
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