"FORM+Werkzeug" Newsletter


bkl-lasertechnik in the latest newsletter with the user-report of the week: "High-gloss surfaces with the foaming technology". 11/2016

fairs and events:

Event:         ExpertDay "MuCell mit innovativer 3D Wechseltemperierung", 5. September 2017, Trexel GmbH, Wiehl /...

Fakuma 2017- International trade fair for plastics processing


Visit us at the Fakuma 2017 in Friedrichshafen! Hall: B2, Stand no.: B2 - 2112 17 to 21 October 2017, Friedrichshafen / Germany

grain catalogue


Please choose from a variety of our grain assortment! bkl-lasertechnik developes own grain structures for applications for the automotive industry,...

Sponsor of the CAT-Racing-Team Coburg


bkl-lasertechnik supports the team  of the Coburg University of applied sciences and arts with e-manufactured metallic components for the...

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Laser texturing

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By using laser texturing – also referred to as 3D-abrasion – complex surface structures/ textures will be brought by laser onto three-dimensional metallic or ceramic objects. Abrasion is controlled via gray-shadings. Therefore technical scars on three-dimensional surfaces do not cause a problem. In contrast to the existing method the result is exactly reproducible, due to the digitally available structures.

In collaboration with a designer we have already developed a wide range of available surface structures/textures. Of course it is also possible to design your structure according to your own requirements. New possibilities arise, for example to create individual designs for packagings or interiors.

Please ask for our digital catalog!

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Your benefits

  • Individual design of textures
  • Flexible and quick manufacturing of structured tool surfaces
  • Extended and variable depth range
  • Exactly reproducible structures of three-dimensional geometries and surfaces
  • Distortion-free placements
  • Flowing transitions of different structures
  • Environmentally friendly process