Laser Drilling Services

                Laser drilling is a powerful tool in the world’s leading industries. Lenox Laser can provide customers with a vast variety of options in areas such as pharmaceutical, aerospace, and any other industry in need of precise small holes.                 Lenox Laser is the industry leader in laser drilling constantly pioneering new methods resulting in…

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What is Laser Drilling?

Laser drilling is technology of choice when looking to drill small, precise, and clean holes. Laser drilling refers to the process of creating popped or percussion drilled holes. These micro holes can be laser drilled down to a sizes of .5 microns when measured optically and .3 microns when measured using flow calibration. It is a…

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Drilling and Flow Calibrating Small Holes Down to One Micron in Diameter

Lenox Laser, Inc. drills and flow calibrates small holes from one micron in diameter to six thousand microns in diameter. After flow calibrating, these orifices have a flow diameter that can be used with simple fomulae to accurately predict flow rates through them for any gas or mixture of gases under various pressure and temperature…

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Lenox Laser’s 30th Anniversary Year Brings More Industry Breakthroughs.

We have been pretty busy this past year- here is a quick update on a little of what we have been doing! Not only has Lenox Laser set the standard for sub-micron hole drilling repeatability, but we also do it fast. We can now produce over 1 million holes per hour, setting a new record…

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Exciting Breakthrough- 0.5 micron (500 nm) Exact Leaks!

Lenox Laser has made exciting breakthroughs in the manufacturing processes of exact leaks! Exact Leaks are calibrated microholes that are repeatedly and reliably generated in packages and/or other pharmaceutical and manufacturing goods.  These microholes are commonly used in integrity testing processes. Lenox Laser’s new process allows the creation of 0.5 micron holes in a wide…

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Use of SiC in a High Power Spatial Filter for Stray Light Reduction

Thomson scattering measurement of the electron temperature and density profiles in high temperature plasmas is a well established experimental technique. The existence of high levels of laser-line radiation (“stray laser light”) in the detected scattered light signal can lead to difficulty in system calibration. Spatial filtering is a standard technique for improving the spatial profile…

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Laser Technology and Its Applications in Today’s Market

Some of the most innovative companies in the DelMarVa area came together at Lenox Laser for a recent conference discussing the theme “Micro-to-Nano” technologies. The conference included talks on a range of topics, including Nanotechnology, Pharmaceutical research, Rapid Prototyping, and Laser Drilling. John Bishop of Norsam Technologies addressed conference attendees on the topic of Ion…

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1st Annual Light Seminar

Lenox Laser’s 1st Annual Light Seminar Guest Speakers DR. CHARLES HARD TOWNES Nobel Prize Winner and Inventor of the MASER, Forerunner to the LASER “How New Things Happen” [embedyt]https://youtu.be/-37JB111n6Y?list=PL9A63E78C30C6170C[/embedyt] DR. JOHN WOOD NASA’S Spokesperson for “The Hubble”

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Laser Technology and Its Applications in Today’s Market

Some of the most innovative companies in the DelMarVa area came together at Lenox Laser for a recent conference discussing the theme “Micro-to-Nano” technologies. The conference included talks on a range of topics, including Nanotechnology, Pharmaceutical research, Rapid Prototyping, and Laser Drilling. John Bishop of Norsam Technologies addressed conference attendees on the topic of Ion…

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