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Fiber Lasers for Cutting and Welding of Metal Plate and Tube

Rapid Cutting of Stainless Steel

Galvo Laser for Marking of Flat and Curved Objects

3D Marking on Curved Surface

Featured Collection: Galvo Fiber Laser Markers

CO2 Lasers for Cutting and Engraving of Wood and Acrylic

CO2 Laser Engraving Plastics

Featured Collection: CO2 Lasers for Cutting and Engraving

Laser Micromachining and Laser Microfabrication

A focused CO2 or fiber laser is a precision tool to make micrometer scale features for research and development. 

Microstructures Generated with Our Lasers

Ultrathin Polymer Film

Microhole array created on 30 micrometer thick polymer film using CO2 laser, where the diameter of each hole is about 100 micrometer. 

Metal Oxide Micropatterns

Metal oxide micropatterns created with CO2 laser on ion containing substrate, where the width of each line is about 200 micrometer. 

Polymer Microchannels

Microchannels generated in polymer film using CO2 laser, where the width of each microchannel is about 5 micrometer. 

New Materials? 3D Objects? Not a Problem

Our engineers can work on your samples to ensure our laser will be able to satisfy your technical needs.

What Materials can laser Cut

Metal Cutting

Metal Cutting

Fiber Lasers

Metal Cutting

Acrylic Cutting

CO2 Lasers

Acrylic Cutting

Wood Cutting

 CO2 Lasers

Wood Cutting

What Materials Can Laser Engrave

Metal Engraving

Metal Engraving

Fiber Laser Markers

Metal Engraving
Acrylic Engraving

Acrylic Engraving

CO2 Lasers

Acrylic Engraving
Fabric Engraving

Fabric Engraving

CO2 Lasers

Fabric Engraving

What Geometries can Laser Mark

Metal Tube

Fiber Laser Cutting

Square Tube Cutting

3D Object

Three Dimensional Marking

Scanning Curved Surface

Cylindrical Object

Three Dimensional Marking

Curved Surface Marking

How to Choose Right Lasers for Your Business

Laser Fundamentals

Materials, Application, Dimension, Economy (MADE)

Depending on their abilities to absorb laser energy, materials that can be cut or engraved with lasers include as follows. Fiber laser: aluminum, carbon steel, galvanized steel, stainless steel, and titanium, etc. CO2 laser: acrylics, fabrics, plastics, and wood, etc. Fiber laser marker: aluminum, brass, carbon steel, ceramic tile, chromium, copper, marble, gold, silver, stainless steel, and titanium, etc.

Please tell us what is the MADE of your future laser. (1) Materials: the materials you want to work with. (2) Application: the application field and expected production yield. (3) Dimension: the dimensions and formats (sheet and pipe) of materials. (4) Economy: the budget you could spend on the laser.  While you are looking at our laser inventory, please keep in mind that we can custom design your laser from the scratch. We will help you decide the laser type, laser power, machine size, enclosed or not, and others such as dual laser heads, automatic exchange table, 3D marking, color marking, as well as CCD monitor. 

Not Find Anything? Why Not Design Your Laser

Our technical experts can help design and make your laser from the scratch to meet your requirement. 

High Quality Laser Components

Laser Unit

Laser Head

Control Panel and Software

Laser Motion

Laser Gantry

Robot Arm

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Nobel Prizes on Laser

Nobel Prizes on Laser

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Laser Additive Manufacturing

Laser Additive Manufacturing

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Laser Beam Controls

Laser Beam Controls

In Cartesian control, laser beam is fixed and the object moves in XY coordinates. In hybrid control, the material moves in Y direction and laser be...
Deep Engraving with Fiber Laser Marking

Deep Engraving with Fiber Laser Marking

Fiber laser markers can be operated at different frequency (pulse width) of laser beam. Photothermal effect dominates in long pulse (nanosecond, lo...
Miniaturized Flame Torch

Miniaturized Flame Torch

A tightly focused laser beam can achieve a local temperature of over 6,000 Celsius degree. Even with rapid heat conduction to environment, the high...
Chirped Pulse Amplification

Chirped Pulse Amplification

Chirped pulse amplification (CPA) is a technique for amplifying an ultrashort laser pulse up to the petawatt level with the laser pulse being str...

About Boston Laser Tech (Blazer-Tech)

Who and where we are, and what can we help you?

Our Location within United State

Boston Laser Tech (Blazer-Tech) strives to provide customers the most reliable and affordable laser solutions, from cutting, engraving to welding, from plastics, wood to metal, and from 1D tube, 2D plate to 3D curved object. The name "Blazer" stems from old English, and means people who ignite fire, pioneer solutions, and illuminate minds. 

Our engineers help customers design and select the state-of-the-art lasers, and solve their technical issues. Our sales representatives strive to help customers with pre-sale information, delivery, and post-sale service. We could arrange a site visit for you to see our lasers at our facility, or a customer site laser demonstration at your company. 

Boston Laser Tech (Blazer-Tech) is located at 1 Presidential Way, Unit 107, Woburn, 01801, inside one of the most dynamic industry parks around Boston. It is close to two interstate highways (93 and 95), and is 17 miles away from Boston Logan International Airport. 

Please do not hesitate to contact Linda by phone (1-781-9701823) or by email (info@blazer-tech.com).  If you are from Alabama, Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Tennessee, please contact Fred by phone (1-678-9869091) or by email (fred.techsales@gmail.com).

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Sales Service Team

The sales team is led by professional business managers with either technical background or many years' experience in tech sales in US. After initial contact with a customer, a sales team member will be designated to be the single point of contact for all related issues. Feel free to call any sales representatives to get things started. 

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Technical Service Team

The technical team is led by two laser experts in academia and industry with over 10 years experience on laser. Two field engineers are trained to excel in both technical and communication skills, and are available in US to solve your issues. Multiple service arrangements are available to best meet your need. 

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With its ingrained win-win spirit, Blazer-Tech strives to build a lasting community among laser customers, researchers, manufacturers, and distributors. Customers can leave comments or product ratings and reviews to create a sense of community and encourage brand loyalty. Click below link to be connected. 

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