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  • Laser Engraving and Marking Metals
    Engrave, Etch & Mark Metal Types like Alumimium, Steel & Brass. Laser Machines. Applications. Materials. Acrylic. Delrin. Films & Foils. Foam & Filters. Glass. Laminates. Leather. Metal. Paper. Plastics. Rubber. Stone. Textiles. Wood. Samples. About Trotec. Support. Contact. Laser Marking
  • Fiber Laser Marking of Plastic
    on. melting point of the material causes melting. plastics. Whereas direct ink printing puts an. Once the material is re-solidified, a modified. image on the surface of the plastic which can be. surface structure occurs in the form of an etch. removed by abrasion or solvents, laser marking. can provide
  • The Progress of Industrial Laser Marking (.pdf)
    Laser markers were once bulky machines that required constant maintenance to replace coolant and lamps. They consumed enough energy to power a small household and were used mostly to mark product packaging and metal components. The design and capabilities of marking systems have come a long way
  • Medical Device Link . Laser Micromachining of Medical Devices
    size, processing area, and desired finish quality and expected production volume. Table III gives information on etch rates for different materials. There are many cases in which the technical objectives can be met by laser processing, but financial considerations do not allow the use of lasers because
  • Medical Device Link . Laser-Manufactured Features in Medical Catheters and Angioplasty Devices
    machining (EDM) and etch techniques, but these methods have significant drawbacks and the laser process is the method of choice. These devices have been used for only a few years and, although initial results look promising, long-term effects have not been fully investigated. It's important
  • Medical Device Link . Laser Marking Medical Devices and Packaging
    to etch fine lines into the surface of glass flat-panel displays without the problem of microcracking. Controlling laser writing YAG markers' penetration can be challenging, especially on new ultrathin electronic packages. Polymers and thermoset epoxies are used to encapsulate the integrated circuit's
  • Tips for Selecting the Best Direct Marking Method for Your Part (.pdf)
    success. Whichever method is chosen, whether it is Electro-Chemical Etch, Ink Jet, Laser Etch, or Dot Peen, it is important to review and experiment with as many methods as possible before selecting the appropriate one.
  • Selecting the Appropriate Marking Method for DPM Applications (.pdf)
    a method with the least amount of impact to the. composition of the part. •. Intrusive methods: •. Dot peen. •. Electro-chemical etch & coloring. •. Engraving. •. Micro Milling. •. Laser etching, engraving, coloring. •. Laser induced vapor deposition. •. Non-intrusive methods: •. Cast. •. Forge. •. Mold

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