Elettrolaser at the Hellenic Jewellery Fair 2018


Innovation is built with experience.
In the production of machines, as in that of any good, every work can be reviewed considering what has been done previously, changing for example the materials or modifying some details in favor of an easier use.
Every change aims at a better product, which brings something new to its sector of reference.

Thanks to all the innovations that have taken place over the years, in this 2018 Elettrolaser presents itself to the world and to the jewellery sector.

After events of international importance, the company is concentrated in the Hellenic area, where the precious sector has great importance since the origins of civilization.
The company will take part in the Hellenic Jewellery Fair in Athens from February 23rd to 26th.

Laser in jewelry

The engraving on jewels, today, goes beyond customization: it is used more and more to complete the design of the piece.
Thanks to laser technology, this operation is safe and easy and it can be done on gold and on all other metals: the laser is able to process an infinite number of shapes and materials.
In addition to laser engraving, laser welding is very important because it is possible to perform incredibly precise repairs on jewels.

Laser technology today

Our machines use laser for engraving, cutting, marking and welding of metals.
The laser can cut materials by vaporization, by melting or by combustion.
In all three cases, the cutting process is triggered and maintained thanks to the energy that the laser beam can concentrate in a very, very small point.
The unidirectional and coherent emission of the laser beam implies the possibility of achieving a very high irradiance, compared to that of traditional light sources.

Laser technology
Theodore Harold Maiman

Theodore Harold Maiman

But how is the laser born?

The history of laser seems to start on May 16, 1960, when Theodore H. Maiman operated the first laser working in the Hughes Research labs in Malibu, California.

Developing Albert Einstein's theory on stimulated radiation emission (1917), the US physicist first created a ruby crystal laser, an invention that initiated all subsequent laser applications.
In 1962 the laser found its first practical application for micro-soldering, in retinal surgery.
So it was that the laser began to be used in medicine, and then find application in the military in pointing systems, telemetry and blindness.
Today the laser is used in a variety of industrial equipment, but also in CD and DVD players that we all own, as well as in musical concerts.

Come and find out what you can do with laser technology in jewelry, we are waiting for you at the Hellenic Jewellery Fair!


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