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Smart livestock Identification|Laser marking| Markolaser

It’s not just humans that have to deal with epidemics. Animals must face a host of diseases, from Ebola to corona and even the plague . Identification of livestock becomes an utmost necessity of the present market. Laser marking machine is required for barcoding on  animal tags to identify the right animal and to trace […]

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COMPARISON OF FINE SAMPLE CUTTING USING FIBER LASERS

A comparative study was done by cutting fine samples of watch needles on a sheet of brass of thickness 1.2 mm using 20W and 50W fine fiber lasers. The primary reason behind this study was to determine the effectiveness and unparalleled results of fine sample cutting and hence the effects upon post processing. Two fiber […]

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Laser marking on black ceramic

Laser marking on ceramic is usually a tedious process due to the fact that the thick paint that persists over the ceramic needs to be removed to make the necessary artwork and designs. Conventionally, carbide tools are used for engraving the surface by merely removing a layer of the paint. This may cause anomalies like […]

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Glass Scribing Laser Solution

Glass micro slides and Graticule slides Laser solution marking for glass and glass micro slides made exactly of fused quartz or either borosilicate glass are used for characterization and sampling purposes. Plain slides are often used for holding liquid or powder samples under microscopy devices. The thickness of the slide varies according to the ultraviolet […]

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Watch parts laser cutting

Situation: Cutting out fine structures of watch parts from brass and aluminum alloy sheets (thin in thickness) with a laser cutting machine. Laser marking on watch parts is quite complicated in design and requires utmost precision in machining due to the fact that parts are very tiny. Distortion of the parts by even most minimal […]

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