Experts in Precision Laser Component Manufacturing

Laserage is Your Premier Full-Service Laser Processing Company for Precision Tube Cutting, Laser Scribing, Drilling, Welding & Other Custom Services

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Venta Medical

Venta Medical is a medical device contract manufacturer, providing comprehensive manufacturing services to medical and life science companies. In 2013, Laserage Technology Corporation acquired Venta Medical in order to offer more comprehensive services and establish a California presence that has been key in serving the medical technology industry.


Laserage Technology Corporation is a recognized leader in the laser processing industry. Through the use of our custom-designed CO2, Nd:YAG, fiber, disk and Femto laser systems, we offer a wide variety of laser processing services and are equipped to handle small- to high-volume production.

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Precision Laser Processing for Orthopedic Components

At Laserage, we maintain the experience and expertise required to manufacture components at the medical device industry’s highest levels of precision and quality. Through laser welding, laser cutting, shape setting, electropolishing, micro-abrasive blasting, annealing, and other high-tech processes, we can achieve the precision tolerances needed for medical components for the orthopedic industry. Lasers Processes for […]

The State of Medical Stent Manufacturing

Originally reserved for cardiovascular applications, medical stent manufacturing now increasingly applies to a wide variety of medical industry applications including birth control, kidney stone pain control, and esophageal and gastrointestinal uses. Introduced in 1986 as laser cut stainless steel tubes, medical stents have changed the way that doctors treat coronary heart disease. Implanted in the […]

3 Benefits of Utilizing Femtosecond Laser Processing

Femtosecond laser processing offers several other benefits compared to conventional laser processing technologies. Here are the top three reasons to consider femtosecond laser processing: 1. Minimal Surface Debris Conventional laser machining can frequently produce droplets of molten metal around worked edges.  As the machining process continues, debris (also called swarf) can accumulate on the work […]