Automotive Interiors & Components
Improve productivity and quality when processing automotive interiors and components thanks to powerful lasers and systems.
- Customize Easily Implement product customization easily with software-controlled laser processing.
- Serialize Parts Mark and track parts with tools that readily interface with production systems.
- Deliver Results Achieve higher precision and cut rework with consistent, wear-free laser tools.
The CO₂ slab laser ensures clean edges without burrs when cutting plastic bumpers for passenger cars.
CO₂ lasers are highly reliable sources for cutting airbag fabric at high speed, while simultaneously fusing the material edges to prevent fibers from fraying.
CO₂ lasers for scoring and weakening airbag covers that have the high power necessary for rapid processing and the stability to produce highly consistent cut depths.
Ultrashort pulse lasers and systems for “SmartCleave” zero-gap cutting of 2D and 3D display cover glasses and mirrors - with high-speed and superior edge quality.
Diode lasers weld polymers with minimal heat input and deliver perfectly finished surfaces. Plus, delicate components such as sensors can be hermetically sealed.
Automatically produce sharp, highly legible day & night marks, even on freeform parts, with minimum job setup time and rapid throughput.
Laser systems that automatically produce distortion free marks on the curved and 3D shaped parts used in exterior and interior lighting, regardless of part shape.
Flexible, high-performance systems that bring the benefits of non-contact, high-speed, consumables-free laser marking to automotive production.
3D Marking of Automotive Parts
Watch how Coherent laser sub-system delivers distortion-free, high-contrast marks on 3D automotive parts.
Fiber Lasers: Why We Approach E-Mobility Welding with Finesse, Not Brute Force
The most difficult automotive and e-mobility welding tasks require multi-kW lasers that also offer precise control over how power is delivered to the work piece.
Bröking-Plastex: An automotive industry leader
At Bröking-Plastex, the trend toward ever-greater variant diversity requires specialists who can produce the smallest to largest batch sizes flexibly and economically.
1 - 500
Typical batch size
Parts processed with the laser