Overview

 

 

Everybody of us has seen laser marking in a workaday life. If it is the date code on a food packaging, engravings on jewelery or a QR-code on a component part – the capabilities of marking lasers are versatile and growing steadily. At the process of laser marking the inscripted material itself gets modified by the galvo-deflected, focussed laser beam absorbed by the material surface. The biggest advantage against other traditional way of inscribing is the permanent marking effect. However, some materials obsorb different laser wavelengthes better or worse, so special care should be taken which laser to choose (see matrix below).


A fully assembled laser marking system includes the laser source itself, a 2-axis-galvo, controller & software and collimating and focussing optic components.
We would be pleased to support you in any way: Either per phone, e-mail or a personal visit. Thanks to our application lab capabilities we provide marking trials free of charge with your material!

 


 

 
Laser sources Beam expansion or collimation  Beam deflection Focusing optics

Stainless steel

Gold/silber

Aluminium

Anorganic materials 

 

MaxMOPA

Optik1

 

 

 

 
 Optik3
  Strich1      

Anorganic materials 

Plastic

nLight m30 Optik2 Galvo  Optik4
  Strich1   Strich1  

 Organic materials

Cardboard/paper

Leather/textile

Wood

Zserie Strich3Steuerung  
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