Crystal Mark’s micro-abrasive processing technology has the required precision to carry out a range of “controlled erosion” or mechanical abrasive etching applications. In many cases, the process uses a mask to etch away the substrate areas that are not protected selectively.
- Crystal Mark, Inc. has a proven track record for developing successful controlled erosion processes for ceramics, glass, semiconductor, and other brittle materials. Customers get comparable consistency, repeatability, and accuracy compared to laser etching without slags, recast, or thermal stress.
- The team works closely with customers to understand their requirements and suggest the most appropriate masking material and abrasive for the micro sandblasting process.
- Customers have the option to get their job work done using Crystal Mark’s in-house micro-abrasive lab. Alternatively, customers can acquire the SWAM® micro sandblasting system, customized for their specific requirements.
With complete mastery of the micro-blasting process variables, customers get unparalleled accuracy, precision, and consistency. When required, customers can also get fully automated systems, leveraging Crystal Mark’s in-house manufacturing capabilities.