It sounds weird, but nothing quite pleases the senses more so than watching a collection of satisfying laser gifs do their thing.
You can’t really put a finger on it, but there’s just something oddly reassuring about them. Whether it’s the precision of which they ‘clean’ certain surfaces, or if it’s the speed at which they perform their tasks, you can be sure they’ll scratch an itch you never knew you had.
Don’t believe us? Then check out these incredible lasers in action!
7 satisfying laser gifs to feed the senses
If you’ve ever worked with certain metals you’ll understand that rust can be quite the annoyance. It can put a dampener on your day and no amount of wire brushes or chemicals can save you, while sandblasting the thing will get you nowhere fast.
Fortunately, there’s a much simpler process: LASERS!
1. Tattoo removal
2. Cleaning a grid
3. Cleaning an engine block
4. Repairing a piece of art
5. Removing rust from a grill
6. Etching words onto a keyboard
7. Repairing worn steel
So how do lasers work then?
Lasers are amazing aren’t they? They can be used for all sorts of practical things, from cutting metals to making laser cut clothing, there isn’t much the modern laser can’t do! Sure it’s satisfying to look at them in action, but have you ever stopped and thought about HOW they do it?
An acronym for light amplification by stimulated emission of radiation, they are created as a result of electrons in atoms absorbing energy from an electrical current and becoming ‘excited’.
The excited electrons move from a lower-energy orbit to a higher-energy orbit around the atom’s nucleus. When they return to their normal or “ground” state, the electrons emit photons (particles of light).
Put simply, a laser is a tube that concentrates light over and over again until it emerges in a really powerful beam.
How does a laser light differ from a normal one?
Newsflash: lasers aren’t just powerful flashlights! There’s actually a world of difference between the two. Firstly, a traditional light contains only one wavelength and this is determined by the amount of energy released. A laser uses multiple wavelengths and adds more energy to make them more concentrated.
Lasers are used across a variety of industries too, including:
– Utilities & More!
Subcon Laser can help your business!
Subcon Laser has become one of the UK’s leading laser cutting experts since our founding back in 1998. With a longstanding history of producing high-quality results, we’ve been able to work with a number of happy clients across many prestigious industries in that time.
Thanks to the advancements in laser technology, it’s now possible for us to produce results like never before – and in a time that suits both ourselves and the clients. It’s because of this that we have been able to work with so many clients over the years who have gone on to become regular customers.
If you would like to experience the benefits of laser cutting, please feel free to get in touch with us by calling 024 7664 2221 today. You can also leave a message using our contact form and one of our experts will be in touch as soon as possible.