The QR codes are becoming a new promotional marketing tool, thanks to its being read through the mobile so easily they can be accessed rapidly to the collected information through its simple reading.
Links, texts, images, videos, all the content formats that we know can be included in the QR codes.
Laser Marking can mark different QR in series and can open a different website in each one, work has been done to obtain a software that generates personalized QR for your company.
It´s a QR that you can change the content as many times as you like without changes in your catalogue, telephone, commercial pdf, etc.
We personalize your products, labels, company gifts, with a QR.
It is a fabric that can be printed, it is easy to place, and most important of all it can be recyclable.
It sticks almost everywhere on the walls, floors, carpets, furniture, windows, behind the glasses, doors, tables, clothes, skin...
It doesn't leave residues. It can be changed position many times; bubble free, doesn´t wrinkle or fade, toxin free.
It can be cut perfectly with laser, any desired form.
Watermarks, logotypes, letters and photographs can be cut with the laser vision system that we have. The edges are exact and don´t fray, there´re no rests of smoke nor burns at the cutting edges.
Ideal for promotional means, it can be printed in bright colours or backlight. It is flexible in its use and suitable even for big formats.
Ruby laser is developed by Maiman, it is solid-state laser that constitutes the starting signal for the successful career of laser. To the Maiman laser there followed the gas laser, semiconductor laser and finally, the diode laser.
Today, laser is a UNIVERSAL INSTRUMENT used in multiple fields of our daily life. The different solid-state lasers are not just used at industrial level to cut, weld, mark, bend or perforate materials, but also in the domestic field to transmit pieces of information, copy CD or DVD or print photographs in a laser printer. In the general medicine, laser is used mainly to diagnose. For instance, to measure the circulation and the blood flow. In ophthalmology, laser can correct myopia and far-sightedness and treat a subsequent retinal detachment, amongst other pathologies. In surgery, laser is used mainly to do endoscopies and as a surgical knife. Also, it is extremely effective to eliminate varicose veins, hepatic spots or tattoos for which the ultrashort pulse laser is used, it can destroy and eliminate subcutaneous pigment.
Nevertheless, medicine is not the only field in which laser can display all its qualities. Laser rays can measure accurately the earth, detect tectonic displacement and warn about the formation of a tsunami, for example. In the tunnel construction, laser allow advancing in straight line under the earth, in the supermarket the laser barcode scanner makes possible a rapid accounting of each purchase. Police, on their behalf, use gun laser as radar to control the speed of the drivers.
In the fast-scale prototypes, laser is a complete indispensable instrument. With the laser ray the material is melted and the prototype is build, creating the first provisional moulds which can also be used to manufacture small serial pieces. Laser can mark and print plastic, engrave printing rollers and make the quality control of moulded pieces, pieces that subsequently are transferred to the warehouse through a guided transport system, naturally, through laser.
1917: Albert Einstein (1879-1955) when he was working as a Professor in the University of Berlin, discovered that completely normal beams of light could be amplified, a process that he called "induced or stimulated emission". The discovery that few years later would be a Nobel Price would, nevertheless, be kept in a draw for quite a few years.
1960: The American Physicist Theodore Harol Maiman, presented the first working laser. He was the one to baptise the invention with the name "laser" (Light Amplification by Stimulated Emission of Radiation), the same term that is still known today. Maiman, was born in 1928. He built a RUBY laser pumped by a flash lamp. (He wrote a book called "The Laser Odyssey").
1968: The first lasers came up to the market which for the first time allowed the industrial and commercial exploitation of light beam stimulation.
Immediately after, it was initiated an often stormy, unstoppable race to be at the head of the laser development. In the mid sixties came up the first generation of solid lasers tested for the mechanization of materials.