Corning Laser Technologies GmbH

Robert-Stirling-Ring 2 , 82152 Krailling
Germany

Telephone +49 89 8994828-0
Fax +49 89 8994828-1111
clt-info@corning.com

Trade fair hall

  • Hall 11 / H59
 Interactive Plan

Hall map

glasstec 2016 hall map (Hall 11): stand H59

Fairground map

glasstec 2016 fairground map: Hall 11

Contact

Reinhard Ferstl

Abteilungs-/Gruppenleiter
Marketing, Vertrieb, Werbung, PR

Robert-Stirling-Ring 2
82152 Krailling, Germany

Phone
+49 89 8994828 0

Fax
+49 89 8994828 1111

Email
reinhard.ferstl@corning.com

Alejandro Becker

Vorstand/Geschäftsführer
Marketing, Vertrieb, Werbung, PR

Robert-Stirling-Ring 2
82152 Krailling, Germany

Phone
+49 89 8994828 0

Fax
+49 89 8994828 1111

Email
alejandro.becker@innolas.com

Our range of products

Product categories

  • 02  Glass processing and finishing
  • 02.01  Cutting, breaking and snapping technology
  • 02.01.01  Cutting technology
  • 02.01.01.03  Cutting technology for technical glass
  • 02  Glass processing and finishing
  • 02.02  Drilling technology

Drilling technology

  • 02  Glass processing and finishing
  • 02.05  Laser technology
  • 02.05.01  Laser cutting technology

Laser cutting technology

  • 02  Glass processing and finishing
  • 02.05  Laser technology
  • 02.05.02  Laser marking technology

Laser marking technology

  • 02  Glass processing and finishing
  • 02.05  Laser technology
  • 02.05.04  Laser removing technology

Laser removing technology

  • 02  Glass processing and finishing
  • 02.07  Electronic display glass technology
  • 02.07.01  Machines and equipment for the production of display glass

Machines and equipment for the production of display glass

Our products

Product category: Cutting technology for technical glass

Processing of Strengthened Glass and Glass Substrates

Corning Laser Technologies offers unique laser processing for demanding applications such as singulation of cover glasses for mobile phones and tablet PCs, camera protection glasses, and coated substrates.

A specially tuned laser is used to perforate brittle material using a nonlinear optical process. The technology can be used to cut both unstrengthened and strengthened glass, as well as other brittle materials.

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Product category: Cutting technology for technical glass

Laser Cutting Display Glass

Corning Laser Technologies' laser cutting processes employ ultra-short laser pulses (in the picosecond range) that cut the glass utilizing nonlinear processes.  This ensures a low cut face roughness, increased cut bend strength, and a higher throughput. Corning Laser Technologies laser glass cutting thus enables a higher quality, output and yield in the high volume production of touchscreen displays for smart phones, tablet PCs and other consumer products.

Even without post processing, the edge roughness achieved by our cutting process is < 2µm.  In most cases the glass can be used ‘as cut’, saving on post-processing time and cost.  Glass pieces cut with Corning Laser Technologies' laser process have superior break strength behavior, compared to items singulated by other laser and conventional glass cutting processes.

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Product category: Drilling technology, Laser cutting technology

Laser Drilling Display Glass

Our drilling processes employ ultra-short laser pulses (in the picosecond range) that remove glass through nonlinear effects. The technology can be used to drill glass with extremely low wall taper and little to no micro cracks. Beyond drilling, any geometry can be cut, including cut-outs such as circles or slots, closed-form and radius form factors.

Drilling of Brittle Materials
Corning Laser Technologies' laser drilling works for both unstrengthened and strengthened glass, as well as other brittle materials. The process is clean room compatible, because it generates close to zero material loss and debris.

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About us

Company details

Corning is on the forefront of laser innovation, offering laser systems that have a distinct advantage over conventional glass cutting processes. Corning offers three glass processing systems, each offering different size substrate capabilities, all offering glass cutting and drilling capability. Each system has the ability to cut strengthened and unstrengthened glass as well as other brittle materials. These systems cut the material by disassociation rather than ablation which provide numerous benefits:

Smooth Edges – The ‘as-cut’ edge roughness may eliminate or reduce post-processing time and cost
High Break Strength – The ‘as-cut’ edge demonstrates superior break strength over other laser and conventional cutting processes as measured by 3 and 4 point bend tests.
Multi-Layer Stacks – The systems can cut assembled functional stacks with and without air gaps, cutting depths can be adjusted.

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Company data

Area of business
  • Glas processing and finishing
  • Glass products and applications
Target groups

Manufacturing, Processing and Finishing