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Nikon announces optical processing machines Lasermeister 1000SE and Lasermeister 1000S

Nikon today announced the release of two new optical processing machines, Lasermeister 1000SE and 1000S.The new Nikon optical processing machines provides high-precision surface processing and micro fabrication through removal processing using ultra-short pulse lasers. The Lasermeister 1000S series systems performs subtractive processing. This adds new capabilities to the Nikon equipment series, as previously released optical processing machines like the Lasermeister 102A perform additive modeling.

The Lasermeister 1000SE is a base-level system employing an ultra-short pulse laser and built-in non-contact 3D measurement delivering high-accuracy subtractive processing. The standard model Lasermeister 1000S is further equipped with an enhanced coordinate correction function and enables highly accurate large flat surface finishing and micro fabrication. The number of processing stages can be reduced by automatically creating the processing path based on CAD data. Utilizing the measurement data acquired through subtractive processing eliminates the need for additional measurement after the processing stage.

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These innovations help drive the digital transformation by consolidating processes on the production line and simplifying quality control. Utilizing proprietary Nikon optical and precision control technology enables subtractive processing with high-precision geometrical tolerances at the sub-micron level for a wide variety of materials. This accuracy is well-suited for high-precision surface finishing, as well as micro fabrication for precision dies and linear guides requiring ultra-precise surfaces.

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The number of processing stages can be reduced by automatically creating the processing path based on CAD data. Utilizing the measurement data acquired through subtractive processing eliminates the need for additional measurement after the processing stage. These innovations help drive the digital transformation by consolidating processes on the production line and simplifying quality control.