Laser coding and marking
Due to the high air quality, fiber lasers are the first choice when it comes to applications that require a high level of precision
Fibre lasers have been introduced in industrial production and the use of a few years ago.
Pulsed Fibre laser marking systems can mark materials such as metal and most plastic materials. They are designed so they can be used as a separate unit for marking and laser systems as well as fully integrated into the production line.
Their monolithic design allows high air quality and accuracy of marking. High power exercised in nanosecond pulses enables very efficient marking and engraving.
Compactness and reliability
Fibre lasers characterized by extreme compactness as compared to other types of laser systems (YAG, CO2) similar power. Fibre lasers provide high reliability, extended service life and operation with minimal maintenance.
Typical areas where fiber lasers are applied:
- Auto industry,
- The electronics industry,
- Manufacture of jewelery,
- Production of medical equipment,
- Precision mechanics,
- Electronic systems and electronics,
- Defense industry.
The main advantages of fibre lasers:
- Light is the flexible fiber,
- High output power,
- The high optical quality,
- The extra power and better air quality enables accurate and fast cutting,
- Lower cost of ownership.