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The 360-Mastery Methodology

Safely avoid detrimental delays and pitfalls 

Introducing laser technology to your product development and successfully bringing it to manufacturing can be challenging and highly risky. Without proper knowledge or guidance, product development and manufacturing can sometimes slip into a "valley of death," filled with unexpected and detrimental pitfalls that can jeopardize an entire program.

We have developed the 360-Mastery Methodology specifically to help you identify and mitigate these risks, bridging the "valley of death." Our approach provides a safe and efficient plan that takes you from prototype to production success, whether it's low- or high-volume. The end result is a tool solution that is optimal from a technological, manufacturing, and business perspective.

The 360-Mastery approach


Technical Perspective


We select the optimal laser for your specific needs by deeply understanding your technical requirements. Our approach involves utilizing the expertise of our laser application specialists and the resources of our state-of-the-art laser laboratory.

Manufacturing Perspective


Our process and automation teams work directly with your manufacturing engineers during the development phase, ensuring a thorough understanding of your workflow, throughput, and facility needs. This direct collaboration leads to efficient and effective solutions.

Business Perspective 


To maximize commercial viability, we conduct a thorough assessment of the economic feasibility of each potential laser solution. We collaborate closely with your team to comprehend the key factors influencing your Return on Investment (ROI), as well as any financial, timeline, or other business constraints.


Success Story

Advanced Laser Automation for Delicate Material Processing 

See how we helped our battery-manufacturer customer get the automation tool they need

The 360-Mastery Methodology experience


Phase A
Determine the right laser

This is one of the most important decisions where you'd be guided by our laser experts. Through designs of experiments (DOE), we evaluate different lasers, provide reports and findings, so we can help you determine the right laser that will best fit your application and requirements. 

Estimated time: 1-2 months


What do you do in this step? Read our 10 Steps to the Right Laser 


Phase B
Make your part to spec

The most challenging step: to produce a part that meets the required technical specifications by combining the chosen laser from Phase A with optimized optics, motion, sensors, software, and material handling. This step demands not only laser expertise but also an in-depth understanding of the manufacturing field.

Estimated time: 1-6 months


Phase C
Qualify for manufacturing

We work with you to qualify the process to achieve optimal throughput, yield, reliability and robustness. The end goal is to maximize the ROI and reduce risks of new technology adoption. 

Estimated time: 1-3 months

Questions? We are here to help!

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