Magic Mirrors and the New Technology of Micro-Machining

The development of new laser techniques opens the ability for better, easier, and quicker micro-machining.

Very diverse uses of this new technique range from drilling the holes for fuel injection nozzles to the life saving stent devices used in medical procedures.

The Liverpool Laser Group in the school of engineering has demonstrated a flexible and cost-effective way using ‘magic mirrors’ that can rotate the polarization to any desired direction.

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Scientists develop new technique for laser micro-machining

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