Co2 laser machine | laser

Mark on the fly

June 3, 2019

What is Mark on the fly?

Mark on the fly is continuous marking on moving parts. The parts are loaded on to a conveyor belt and are further automatically marked on that moving belt. 

Mark on the fly is used in 2D data logic coding, batch coding, date coding, 1D bar-coding on FMCG packaging such as soaps, bottles, cosmetic jars, etc. A security number plate is a special application that is developed on this concept.

We proudly present an all international quality MOTF (Mark On The Fly) lasers at an affordable price. Components from France, Germany, Japan, and the USA ensure the ultimate quality and longer trouble-free life of the system.

Key features of this laser at a glance:

  • Customized solution.
  • ITRACY integration.
  • Metal sealed Co2 or fiber options.
  • High performance.
  • Options to use multiple heads.
  • 24*7 hours duty cycle with outstanding beam quality.
  • Excellent temperature control, bespoke lasers.
  • High marking speed, easy to use & install.
  • Flexible approach to design & engineering.
  • Our Markolaser software is the perfect tool that offers various possibilities to set parameters for marking objects & workpieces.
  • Standalone functionality.

Key benefits:

  • No consumables like inks, cartridges.
  • Marking on stationary and moving objects.
  • Low maintenance cost, low wear, and tear.
  • Compact, continuous high-quality printing
  • Marking on uneven surfaces and adjustable marking styles.

Applications:

Marking on FMCG packaging goods and other sectors such as :

  • Beverages
  • Packing films
  • Breweries & Distilleries
  • Pharmaceutical & Medical Devices
  • Cable and wire
  • Cosmetics
  • Dairy
  • Tobacco
  • Automobile
  • Electrical & Electronics
  • Holograms
  • Labels

Linear Indexer with laser marking

Concept: The linear indexer works at up to 40 indexes per minute. It works in the “move-stop-mark-move” method. The beauty of this system is that only one person is required to load parts from one end and marked parts automatically fall on the other side. Part sensors control the turning on or off of the indexer.

Applications: Any part which is of a standard size and does not require frequent changes in jigs, is the most ideal case for this kind of automation. These are generally used in very high production lines like electrical/automotive parts.

Rotary indexer

Concept: The rotary indexers are used to mark precisely on small or big parts at a very high speed, thus economizing the whole process and giving a faster cycle time. Loading and unloading of parts can be done simultaneously and continuously.

How does laser work on LED?

For LED/CFL industry we have a class-1 laser machine with 8/10/12 station indexer specially designed to mark on both sides of the LED/CFL simultaneously where one side can have the branding and another side has specifications.

Technical Specifications:

FeatureUnitDescriptionsDescriptions
Laser typeSealed of CO2 LaserFiber Laser
ModelsC-10HS, C-20HS, C-30HS,F-20HS, F-30HS, F-50HS, F-70HS, F-130HS,
Laser safetyClass IV [EU conformity] Class V [EU conformity]
Wavelengthμm10.6/9.310.6
Average PowerW10/20/3020/30/50/70/130
Operating ModesPulsedPulsed
Pulse Rep. Ratekhz0-251-500
Beam Quality M2< 1.2< 1.6
SystemLaser Source, control and electronics, CPU and scanner built into the laser tube with beam expander.Laser Source, control and electronics, CPU and scanner built into the laser tube with beam expander.
Focusing ModuleMM100/150/200100/160/255/330/420
CoolingAir CooledAir Cooled
Marking Speed*mm/sec1-100001-10000
Speed of productions line**m/min1-1001-100
Characters/Second500500
Line widthDepends on the material and laser parametersDepends on the material and laser parameters
FontAll standard fontAll standard font
SoftwareMarkomarkMarkomark
User InterfacePC/Touch ScreenPC/Touch Screen
Environmental Conditions10°C {40°F} to 40°C {104°F} Ambient temperature, Humidity < 95%, no Condensation, no vibration10°C {40°F} to 40°C {104°F} Ambient temperature, Humidity < 95%, no Condensation, no vibration
Supply voltageVAC220-240220-240
Mains frequencyHz50/6050/60

* Depends on the material absorption rate and many other factors.

** Depends on many factors.

Samples at a glance

Mark on the fly CO2 laser machine

https://www.markolaser.com/laser_source/CO2-lasers-for-fine-cutting-textiles-glass-ceramics-and-plastics

Check out our machine at

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fila3MnFjSM

Check out our website for different technologies

For Inks printing requirementhttp://www.spinksworld.com/
For Laser printing requirementhttps://www.markolaser.com/
For Pad Printing requirementhttp://www.padprintingpadsonline.com/
For Digital printing requirementhttp://kolorobia.com/
For screen and pad printinghttp://spinksindia.com/
For the jewelry industryhttp://jewelaser.com/
For coating and automationhttp://www.spinkssoftech.com/
Share on social media

Only registered users can comment.

  1. You actually make it seem so easy with your presentation but I find this matter to be really something which I think I would never understand. It seems too complicated and extremely broad for me. I’m looking forward for your next post, I will try to get the hang of it!

  2. I think other web-site proprietors should take this web site as an model, very clean and great user genial style and design, let alone the content. You’re an expert in this topic!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *