EASY 4-STEP MAIL-IN PROCESSPlease follow the easy 4-steps below to Mail-In your broken glasses to Laserfix. Please contact us with any questions you have about this, or any of our other services. We offer a Mail-In Service to our clients as it is the easiest way to have a repair done. STEP 1Click HERE to…
Our 12-Step Repair Process is a tried and proven method to repair your broken glasses using the Laserfix welding technology. We have outlined the steps below so you can see for yourself why people prefer to have Laserfix repair your glasses. Step 1 Eyeglasses are received by walk-in, drop box or mail-in. Step 2 We…
Laser welding is 400% stronger than soldering – and 100% biocompatible. Solder contains nickel and copper and can cause a negative allergic or irritating reaction in some people. Laser welding technology uses only pure gold, pure silver and/or pure titanium as filler metals.
Metal eyeglass frames containing titanium will spark when ground with a special disc. In order to repair such frames, they must be laser welded in an oxygen-free atmosphere.
Flame repair attempts on titanium will cause the metal to become brittle and usually not repairable. Your first choice should be laser welding.
We can weld flexon, but it usually fractures in another spot along the bridge. We prefer a more permanent solution of replacing the bridge with stainless steel.
Yes. The laser technique can join one type of metal to another such as gold to titanium or gold to stainless steel.
Laser welding can “rebuild” areas of the frame, such as hinge rings, with the same alloy as the frame.
Laserfix repairs include a no-hassle 6 month warranty. Our re-repair rate is less than 5%. If we cannot repair your frames properly a second time, we will refund your money.
Laser welding will not damage the surrounding area and is usually unnoticeable. Occasionally, we will repaint the repaired area to ensure the best possible results. A laser weld can be a small as 2/10 mm. or as large as 2 mm. (A fingernail is 5/10 mm. thick!).