Control Micro Systems Expands R&D Facilities

Control Micro Systems Expands Laser R&D Capabilities/Facilities

R&D and Applications Development Space Expands to Accommodate Growing Collaborative Opportunities

Control Micro Systems, Inc. has recently participated in several collaborative laser material processing R&D projects with industry leading clients in the aerospace, medical and consumer sectors.


In response to growing joint-venture opportunities with existing and prospective customers, CMS has expanded its applications R&D facilities and capabilities. CMS facilities now include CO2 (10,640nm), 2 micron Thulium fiber (2,000nm), Ytterbium fiber (1,064nm), frequency- doubled Nd:YVO4 (532nm), frequency-tripled NdYVO4 (355nm UV) and a new multi- wavelength femtosecond laser. Support resources include beam-shaping and focusing optics, robots and programmable stages, vision systems, and test equipment.

CMS provides long term dedicated R&D facilities including client dedicated R&D laboratories, assigned full time CMS employees, full time on-site client employees and unfettered access to CMS electrical, mechanical and software engineering support and complete machining center and fabrication capabilities.

About Control Micro Systems, Inc.
Control Micro Systems is a leading supplier of laser machine tools for marking, engraving, cutting, drilling and welding applications. CMS has been providing full turnkey systems to global electronic device, semiconductor, commercial, automotive, aerospace and medical device markets since 1983.

Control Micro Systems built its reputation on providing industry-leading solutions for laser-based applications. This capability includes automated/robotic part handling along with vision/validation. We have a large global installed base dealing with a wide variety of materials and applications from R&D to high volume manufacturing.

Our engineers are among the best in the industry with over 250 cumulative years of industry experience. Our staff has the choice of using any laser available in the market. When a standard laser is not available to provide a solution, we are able to modify or develop one that will. Control Micro Systems makes selection decisions based on what provides the solution, not on a select group of lasers.

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