Super Hero Packs a Laser at Laser Services' IMS Booth


Westford, MA – Laser Services, Inc., (www.laserservicesusa.com), an ISO and AS9100 registered laser  job shop, has announced the creation of the world’s first super hero who packs a laser in the tip of his finger to be ready at a moment’s notice to cut, drill, or weld his way out of any situation. “Laser Man,” created by Strand for Laser Services, is meant to personify Laser Services’ quick-on-the-draw response time to a variety of high tech applications for industrial lasers. The company will be exhibiting at the International Microwave Symposium in Seattle, WA June 4-6th in booth #2702 and giving away free Laser Man t-shirts to the first 200 visitors.



Laser Services is an experienced microwave industry supplier offering laser cutting, drilling, scribing, etching, and welding from their fully-equipped and stocked facility located in Westford, Massachusetts, USA. They are specialists in cutting ceramic materials and a variety of other PCB substrates—stocking many brand name materials such as Coorstek, Ceramtech, and Kyocera for quick turn-around. Their 16,000 square foot facility features 25 low to high power lasers and a variety of other state-of-the-art equipment and secondary processing tools. These services, as well as an innovative solder damming technique using a laser will be reviewed by their sales team in their booth #2702.



To learn more about Laser Services visit www.laserservicesusa.com



About Laser Services



Laser Services is an ISO and AS-9100 registered laser cutting, drilling, scribing, etching, and welding job shop located in Westford, Massachusetts, USA. They are specialists in cutting ceramic materials and a variety of other PCB substrates—stocking many brand name materials for quick turn-around. A fully equipped 16,000 square foot facility features 25 low to high power lasers and a variety of other state-of-the art equipment and secondary processing tools. www.LaserServicesUSA.com

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