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Manual & Automated Laser Cleaning Machines

Our laser cleaning machines range from manually loaded to fully automated solutions to meet the needs of various applications. The world’s best manufacturers rely on our solutions and expertise to scale up their production and ensure quality.

  • Laser cleaning & surface preparation
    Remove coatings, paints, oxides, rust, and any types of contaminants from metal surfaces. Modify the surface texture and chemical composition to improve adhesion.
  • Industrial grade lasers
    Keep up with cycle time requirements with a high-power laser cleaning system (up to 3kW). Minimize downtime with high-quality components, including a fiber laser source that can continuously operate for +10 years with minimal maintenance.
  • Turnkey laser cleaning solutions
    Get all the features you need from a single supplier, including automation, laser process development, fume management, laser safety, on-site & remote support, and performance optimization.


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Manually Operated Laser Cleaning Machines

Operators can run a workstation by loading parts and triggering the laser process. Our workstations are Class-1 certified so that operators can work safely without wearing laser protection equipment.

  • Manual Laser Cleaning Workstation

    Manual Laser Cleaning Workstation

    Enclosed in a solid industrial frame, the manual workstation is a cost-effective solution that is ideal if the cycle time allows you to manually load and unload parts.

    • Cost effective
    • Ergonomic
    • Robust
    • 20W-100W
  • Rotary Laser Clenaing Workstation

    Rotary Laser Cleaning Workstation

    Offering the highest throughput of all manually loaded laser machines, the rotary workstation uses a dual-position rotary table so you can simultaneously load and clean parts.

    • High throughput
    • Scaled to part size
    • Customizable for complex projects
    • For harsh environments
    • 50W-1000W
  • Battery Laser Cleaning Workstation

    Battery Laser Cleaning Workstation

    This workstation is for battery manufacturers looking to start a new production line quickly, process a low volume of components, or with a longer cycle time. It can be used to clean, texture, and mark battery components in a single operation.

    • Designed for battery cells & modules
    • Surface preparation for welding/bonding
    • Perfect for R&D, laser process development, prototyping, and production
    • 20W-200W

Fully Automated Laser Cleaning Machines

Fully automated solutions are ideal for keeping high-volume production lines running with minimal downtime. These machines require almost no maintenance because laser cleaning causes no mechanical wear. With minimal consumables (fume extraction filters are needed), production is rarely interrupted for replacements.

  • Robot Laser Cleaning Machine

    Robot Laser Cleaning Machine

    Combining the precision of laser technology and the dexterity of a 6-axis robotic arm, this machine is a fully functional robotic cell capable of cleaning complex and challenging parts with high precision.

    • Ideal for complex shapes, multiple surfaces, and large parts
    • High control over laser angle to protect sensitive components
    • Extraction nozzle on the robot for efficient fume capture
    • Customizable (including machine dimensions, equipment location, and more)
    • 100W-3000W
  • Conveyor Laser Cleaning Machine

    Conveyor Laser Cleaning Machine

    Fully customized to your conveyor system, the conveyor cleaning machine cleans parts that are stopped or moving on a conveyor. This machine also accurately manages part positioning variations.

    • Automatic adjustments for positioning variations
    • Can clean all sides of the part
    • Scaled to your conveyor and part size
    • For harsh environments
    • 20W-3000W
  • Battery Laser Cleaning Machine

    Battery Laser Cleaning Machine

    Designed for battery-module-related applications in the EV industry, the battery machine can be integrated on automated conveyor lines, loaded by robots or even manually by operators.

    • Designed for battery cells & modules
    • Adapted to custom requirements
    • Iterative integration possible (from small to full scale production)
    • Optical configuration prevents battery overheating in case of malfunction
    • 50W-200W
  • Door Laser Cleaning Machine

    Door Laser Cleaning Machine

    Easy to integrate in robotic cells, the door machine is extremely compact. You get to optimize your plant layout, as the flexible design allows robots to load parts from your chosen direction.

    • Cost effective
    • Ideal to leverage existing robots for part loading
    • Scaled to your part size
    • Can clean multiple areas and large surfaces
    • Multiple configurations available to minimize footprint
    • For harsh environments
    • 20W-500W
  • Rotary Laser Cleaning Machine

    Rotary Laser Cleaning Machine

    Optimized for short cycle times, the rotary cleaning machine uses just a few seconds of the robot’s time to load parts onto one side of the rotary table while laser cleaning occurs in hidden time on the other side.

    • High throughput
    • Robot loading
    • Quick changeover using fixtures and HMI
    • For harsh environments
    • 20W-1000W

Industrial Laser Cleaning Applications & Videos

Laser rust removal video

Laser Rust Removal

Fiber lasers are high-performance tools for removing rust and corrosion. They emit laser light that clean rust and other contaminants quickly without damaging the metal substrate.

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Selective Laser Paint Removal video

Selective Laser Paint Removal

Laser cleaning can be used for most coating removal and paint stripping applications. The process is precise and selective, leaving the base material intact.

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Laser Oxide Removal (Weld Cleaning) video

Laser Oxide Removal (Weld Cleaning)

Laser cleaning can be used as a welding pretreatment or posttreatment. The process efficiently removes aluminum oxides, stainless steel oxides and other contaminants like dirt and oil, making sure welding joints are strong.

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Laser Texturing for Bonding video

Laser Texturing for Bonding

Similar to laser cleaning, laser texturing is a surface treatment used to remove contaminants and increase adherence. Common industrial applications include preparing surfaces for adhesive bonding, painting, and thermal spray coating.

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Benefits of Laser Marking Machines

  • Reduce Your Environmental Impact

    Reduce Your Environmental Impact

    Fiber laser technology is an eco-friendly alternative to traditional cleaning methods like chemical cleaning and sandblasting. You get to remove surface contaminants with laser light alone, no consumables.

  • Simplify Your Cleaning Process

    Simplify Your Cleaning Process

    Laser cleaning allows you to eliminate consumable management from cleaning operations, automate operations to improve repeatability, reduce the number of operators on the shop floor, and minimize maintenance (non-contact process).

  • Lower Operation Costs

    Lower Operation Costs

    Laser cleaning helps to keep the production line running without interruption, consumes little power, and can be completely automated.


Customer Stories

Laser Oxide Removal from Stainless Steel Welding Joints

Laser Oxide Removal from Stainless Steel Welding Joints

Laser welding creates oxide byproducts that prevent passivation and give a bad appearance. Both issues can be addressed with laser surface cleaning, which ensures that welding joints are oxide free in just a few seconds.

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Laser Cleaning Machine to Replace Grit Blasting

Laser Cleaning Machine to Replace Grit Blasting

Grit blasting can cause several problems that can be fixed with laser cleaning: unacceptable part deformation, constant maintenance, recontamination from blasting residues, and masking.

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Laser E-Coating Removal from Seat Rails Before Welding

Laser E-Coating Removal from Seat Rails Before Welding

Laser cleaning is used to selectively remove the e-coat from areas used for welding on seat rails. It provides a better way to control the process than alternatives that include masking and grinding.

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