LASER MARKING MACHINES FOR ELECTRICALS & ELECTRONICS INDUSTRY
Laser printing and coding product fields:
Laser printing and coding on LED, mobile battery, chargers, mobile body, lamps, labels, films, wires and cables tubes, conduits, and extruded products.
Replacement of inkjet printers
No inks/cartridges Required
Crisp, sharp marking
Mark on the fly option to mark at
Move – Stop – Mark – Move option with
Index time less than .8 secs
High marking speeds
Top-quality components used
2 years standard warranty
24×7 duty cycle friendly machines
1. Annealing Laser Marking
Annealing marking is an oxidation process used on metals containing carbon by applying heat through laser on the surface of the metal. Annealing marking generally gives a black mark with a smooth finish, but color may vary from brown, red, green, etc. depending upon the amount of heat used for marking.
Some key points of annealing:
- Used on carbon-containing metals such as titanium, steel, stainless steel, iron.
- The oxidation process can result in a variety of colors.
- A slower, more drawn-out process.
- Common in the medical industry applications such as internal tracking and branding.
2. Carbon migration laser marking
Carbon migration is another type of laser marking in which a metal or metal alloy is heated, causing the metal to chemically bond with its carbon molecules. This bonding brings the carbon properties to the surface of your material. When this occurs, it will often result in a dark laser marking that can even be black. This type of marking is a faster process than annealing because it focuses a large amount of heat to a smaller area within a shorter time period.
Some of the key-points of carbon migration laser marking:
- Only metals and its alloys containing carbon such as steel, stainless steel, carbide, titanium can utilize this marking.
- The heating process migrates carbon to the surface.
- It produces dark markings.
- Heat is applied rapidly.
3. Foaming Laser Marking
Foaming is a laser marking technique used only on polymers. Laser foaming is carried out by creating a molten burn on the surface. The molten surface creates an atmosphere of foaming gas bubbles. Foam laser marking is usually carried on a polymer which results in a light color.
Some of the key-points of Foaming Laser Marking:
- Used only on polymers.
- Produces light & smooth markings.
- Material is melted, creating foam and gas bubbles.
4. Coloration Laser Marking
Coloration laser marking is the process of adding color to a polymer or metal by controlling laser and scanner parameters such as pulse frequency, pulse width, power, speed and more. The coloration on polymer occurs by the foaming process while it occurs via oxidation in metals.
Some of the key-points of Coloration Laser Marking:
- Can be utilized for both metals and plastics
- The process for coloration varies, depending on your material
- Creates contrast in both colored and black and white materials
- Color results are based on an oxidation process
Markolaser is a global supplier of excellent European laser marking machine systems. All our laser marking machines are built with European laser marking machine-building technology. The heart of laser marking machines is laser marking machine generator which we import from Europe and the galvos used in all of our laser marking machines are from Germany. However, this does not mean that Markolaser laser marking machines are expensive. Our laser marking machines are built with the best price and quality in mind. Markolaser laser marking machine is of high quality at a very reasonable cost.
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