FIBER LASER MARKING-ENGRAVING
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It will save a lot of time and effort if you determine the type of laser you need for your application before shopping around. This information will lead you through the "mysteries" of lasers to your final selection. We will not go through the technical theories of how a laser works, but what lasers are used for what applications. We will determine the proper choices for Marking, Engraving, Cutting, Welding, and Scribing.
There are many types of lasers, each having different characteristics and differing interactions with various materials. We need to know the lasers output wavelength, average power, peak power, pulse rate, beam quality, and beam size. It will also help us to understand the conversion efficiency and consumable requirements of a particular laser to evaluate the operating cost.
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$14,950.00 Fiber Marker
Fiber Engraver IPG Laser
3D Fiber Engraver IPG Laser
Large CO2 Cutter-Engraver
Medium CO2 Cutter-Engraver
Small CO2 Cutter-Engraver
Large CO2 Cutter-Engraver
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CO2 Laser Engraver-Marker
Fiber Laser Marking Systems
The use of laser marking has greatly increased over the recent years, mainly due to its popularity as a metal marking system. Its use carries substantive advantages in identifying product inventories and the ability to provide consumer information on products. The wide range of materials that can be marked using fiber lasers also makes it extremely flexible for commercial and industrial purposes. For optimal results, choose a fiber laser marking machine for your marking and engraving needs.
How Does Laser Marking Work?
Several types of laser marking machines exist, but the most up-to-date technology available is that of the fiber laser. This kind of laser machine, widely considered to be the best option in existence, uses fiber pumping technology to “dope” the fibers with a rare-earth element such as Ytterbium.
The use of this element increases the ability of the fibers to conduct the light from light-emitting diodes, which are then pumped through the fibers to the optical laser head. At this point, the beam of light is directed to a laser scanning head with high speed low inertia rotational mirrors. The beam of light then exits the scanning mirrors through a flat field F-Theta Focussing Lens and marks the material using one of four methods:
Ablation or removal of a layer of the material
Carbon migration or etching of the surface of the material to change the color
You can use fiber laser marking on a wide range of materials, from different types of metal through to leather and plastics. Types of metals that lend themselves well to fiber laser engraving include platinum, stainless steel, silver, gold and bronze. Carbide, tungsten, copper, aluminum or medical-grade alloys also respond well to fiber laser marking.
Ways to Use Laser Marking
Fiber laser marking, which is also known as laser engraving because of the resulting surface pattern produced by the ablation process, is used for a variety of applications including:
Medical Devices and Equipment – surgical devices and other medical products that require frequent sterilization (often at high temperatures) use identification marks that can withstand the cleansing process without interfering with the health of the patient.
Jewelry Engraving – creation of unique marks to identify or brand items of jewelry has become popular for copyright protection and recovery of stolen property. The precision of laser engraving is also used to personalize pieces such as wedding bands with the vows or the couple’s marriage date.
Laser Cutting - light laser cutting is also very popular in the jewelry industry. Light metals are used to create name cutouts and monograms as well as other design cut outs.
Computerized parts such as printed circuit boards use laser marking to produce clear, high-resolution images that are ink- and acid-free for use in electronic applications.
If you’re in the business of manufacturing or selling any of these types of products, then fiber laser marking equipment is the one you need. See our applications page for a sampling of what our fiber laser markers are being used for.