When you as a customer buy a laser machine from us, we are behind you even after your investment. We have skilled and competent staff who have worked with lasers for almost 25 years and who make their knowledge available to you.
Of course, we also help you with installation, operator training and continued continuous support to develop and improve you. Through remote control/control, we can always quickly access the machine and thereby be able to support and support you.
To give you as a customer a secure ownership, a support agreement is always included free of charge with the machine for the first year. You can then extend this agreement at a low annual cost so that you can always turn to our support.
If you want a service agreement, we can sign one based on your maintenance requirements.
We're here for you.
We at ACG have for many years assisted automotive, tool and medical industries as well as the promotion and sign companies with laser machines. Our goal has always been to work purposefully to always find the most optimal solution for each customer's needs and not "just" sell a machine. Our extensive knowledge of function and solutions together with our wide range of different laser sources, machines and systems means that we always have a machine solution to offer you.
Looking for a complete solution, but don't know what's right for you? Do you have a project to implement, but you don't know how to solve it? We offer you free consultation to freely evaluate which is the most effective choice based on results and value for money.
We are at your disposal to find together the most optimal solution tailored to your needs and requirements. Thanks to many years of experience in lasers, we are confident that we can meet all your wishes and finally find the right laser solution for you. We are happy to visit you and discuss your needs and requirements.
Or come and visit us and let us demonstrate our machines to you in our well-stocked demo room! If you do not have time, we are happy to do tests in your material based on your specifications, we will do the test with the laser source that best suits your purposes. This way you know exactly what the end result will be and what you need to get there.
Laser classification and safety
Lasers, and appliances with lasers, are classified according to the strength of the laser and what the risks are in normal use.
In order to use and possess laser pointers in classes 3B and 4, permission from the Swedish Radiation Safety Authority is required. Permission is not required for lasers in the lower classes.
All lasers must be marked with the laser class to which the laser belongs. Class 2 lasers and upwards shall also have a warning and warning symbol. The text should be printed in black text on the yellow bottom.
Class 1 lasers are harmless even with long-term exposure. Toys with lasers are limited to Class 1 and have a maximum output output of 0.4 mW if the laser beam is red or green.
The class also includes devices that contain higher-class lasers, but where the laser is built in so that no hazardous radiation comes out. Examples of these are CD players and laser printers. However, a person who dismantles that type of product is at risk of exposure to dangerous laser radiation.
Class 2 only includes lasers that emit visible radiation and have a maximum output power of 1 mW. If an unprotected eye is exposed, one dazzles and our reflexes make us blink. The natural reaction is fast enough to prevent damage to the retina. Examples of lasers in this class are laser pointers used in lectures.
Class 3R includes lasers that emit up to 5 mW if the radiation is visible. Exposure of an unprotected eye to radiation may exceed the limit value. But the risk of being injured in a short, accidental exposure is small.
This class is no longer used, but is included in Class 3R. Designations of this class have been all or the like.
Permission is required for certain use and possession.
The class contains lasers whose strength is between 5 mW to 500 mW. Such lasers can be dangerous to the eye both at direct exposure and when exposed from a reflex. However, reflections from a matte surface are harmless to consider. Strong green laser pointers and nightclub lasers are examples of class 3B products.
Permission is required for certain use and possession.
Class 4 includes all lasers stronger than Class 3B, i.e. they have an output power of more than 500 mW. Here it can also be dangerous to view unprotected an illuminated stain on a matte surface. The class has no upper limit. Lasers in this class can damage both eyes and skin. They also pose a fire hazard if they have high power. Lasers used for surgery and cutting metal belong to this class, as well as lasers for laser shows.
Class 1M and 2M
Class 1M lasers have an effect that exceeds what is allowed in Class 1. This applies to both ultraviolet radiation and visible light as well as infrared, but in this class the beam is not narrow but widespread, which means that the limits for an unprotected eye or unprotected skin are not exceeded. However, if the beam is collected with magnifying optics, such as a binoculars or a loupe, lasers of this class can damage the eyes. Some lasers used for fiber optic communication belong to this class. M stands for magnifier which roughly means magnification.
Class 2M includes lasers that provide visible light with a higher power than is allowed in Class 2, but just as in class 1M is not narrow but widespread. Thus, only a small part, up to 1 mW, of the total beam can hit the eye, which corresponds to a Class 2 product.
Source: Swedish Radiation Protection Institute