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  • Fiber Laser Marking - Colour Marking
    The use of lasers for colour marking is not new as the technique has been known for over 10 years. This technique was identified as a viable process for use on craft metal work and jewellery. However, the process has had very little commercial impact in the intervening years. There is now a greater
  • CE Marking and EU Directives
    CE conformmity marking: consists of the letters "CE" in the following graphical appearance. Communauté Européenne (European Community). CE marking confirms the product conformity with applicable directives.
  • Marking large areas
    In 1995, Zanussi first approached several laser marking systems suppliers and chose the Italian supplier Lasit, which was able to define specific marking parameters that ultimately led to a turnkey laser marking solution. That company developed a 'Pre-scan' marking system with the beam from
  • Laser Marking in the Medical Industry
    The marking of the plastic hub is a rather tricky application, as it is a 3-dimensional object with a non-flat surface. Text needs to be printed on different levels. Top precision and reliability of the marking are extremely important. Edwards Lifesciences needed a system that solves this difficult
  • Fiber Laser Marking of Plastic
    Laser marking is fundamentally different from ink printing, the traditional method of writing on plastics. Whereas direct ink printing puts an image on the surface of the plastic which can be removed by abrasion or solvents, laser marking can provide an indelible high-contrast mark in the material
  • Infrared Laser Marking Application
    Infrared (1064 nm) wavelength is arguably the most versatile of the marking wavelengths. IR lasers are capable of marking a wide variety of materials but are more commonly used on metals. A few of the best application materials include metals, plastics, and other materials.
  • Laser Engraving and Marking Metals
    Laser marking steel, aluminum, silver, and many other metals. Metals are considered very robust and durable materials and are available in many different types. Laser marking has proved successful for etching metals owing to its durability and the fact that it does not damage the material.
  • Laser Marking Material Index
    All materials absorb or reflect light energy of a given wavelength. The material's ability to absorb or reflect determines the effectiveness of that wavelength for marking. Additionally, other factors influence the selection of the wavelength (and laser system): the size of the character
  • Laser Marking: Scratching the Surface
    In the past, CO2 and Nd: YAG lasers dominated the marking,. cutting and welding of industrial tooling and manufactured. goods. These laser types were the first to be brought. to the marketplace and they were quite useful for their time. Focusing solely on the laser marking side
  • Laser-Marking Technology (.pdf)
    Laser marking is state-of-the-art technology, which permanently applies computer-generated text, graphics, and machine-readable code on many materials-most notably metal, plastic, and elastomeric materials. A laser mark gives your input device a sharp and progressive look in today's demanding