“Technical Communication” includes a number of disciplines, and not everyone agrees on the exact scope. For our purposes, let’s say it includes technical writing and illustration, aspects of information design, and aspects of instructional design.
Outputs can include manuals, user guides, and other materials. The target readership can include end users, maintainers, trainers, and support staff.
Of course, you might consider a service technician to be the “user” of a maintenance guide or parts list.
I work in a company which develops medical devices.
We have a product which which consists of foamed gelatin and enzyme (dry sponge).
We are interested in cutting it with a laser cutting machine.
I’m concerned about degradation effect in the edges, do you have some information about it?
Of course, this is a very late response.
I don’t know – maybe waterjet would be better. Otherwise, get application demos from some of the current companies. I don’t even know what wavelength laser would be best.