Laser Marking

Laser Marking

Just only surface marking by low intensity laser beam, its touches only the primary surface and changing effects of top surface by changing properties.
Laser Deep Engraving

Laser Deep Engraving

Engraving laser marking removes the material from the surface. During laser engraving, the work piece surface is melted and evaporated with the laser. Consequently, the laser beam removes the material. The thus produced impression in the surface is the engraving. This process is typically used for metals.
Laser Annealing

Laser Annealing

The marking process of annealing is basically a thermal reaction. No material is removed like with the engraving process. Annealing occurs when the laser beam applies heat to the surface of a parts material, slightly altering its properties, creating oxide layers. The result is a visible and permanent mark. This type of mark is also referred to as a heat mark. Carbon containing metals can be used for annealing and dark marking. Best annealing results on titanium, steel, stainless steel, cabide etc
Laser Ablation

Laser Ablation

Ablation laser marking removes coating layers or top layers from the base material and exposes the covered layer
Laser Foaming

Laser Foaming

In foaming, the laser beam melts a material. During this process, gas bubbles are produced in the material, which reflect the light diffusely. The marking will thus turn out lighter than the areas that have not been etched
Laser Cutting

Laser Cutting

Laser cutting is a process where a material is cut, and this can be for small & fine materials. Laser cutting simply involves the use of a focused laser beam to cut a wide-range of materials to a high-level of accuracy and repeatability
Laser Drilling

Laser Drilling

Laser drilling is the process of repeatedly pulsing focused laser energy at a material, vaporizing layer by layer until a threw-hole is created
Other laser process

Some other laser process

Some other laser process is additive manufacturing like sintering, cladding, deforming are already planned in our future developments.
Marking Surface

Marking Surface

Now to process the above discussed laser marking process, it must require to focus the laser beam on marking surface. which we named in our machine operations are 2D, 3D and free form surfaces.

  • 2D - Flat / Plane surface
  • 3D - Curved, rotational surface etc.
  • Freeform - Swept , Parametric surfaces etc.
2D surface

2D surface

A shape with only two dimensions (such as width and height) and no thickness. Squares, Circles, Triangles, etc are two dimensional objects. Also known as "2D"
3D Engraving

3D Engraving

Deep engraving in layers to form 3D surface on minting dies , molds, jewelry press dies etc
Freeform surface

Freeform surface

Not flat and uneven surface consists curve , swept , steps and slopes etc. Main laser processing on freeform surfaces are texturing, brand logo marking, skin textures engraving etc

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