Titanium is a high-quality material that is used in (dental) medical technology for implants, in the automotive sector for screws or valves, and for many other applications. It is usually marked in black by laser annealing, while colored laser markings are possible but less durable.Read More
Laser etching machines are indispensable in most industries. They can be used in a variety of ways and mark or engrave almost all materials with high precision and efficiency. Different methods are used for industrial product labeling, depending on the desired effect, material or quality requirements.Read More
The acquisition of a laser marker is a large investment for any organization. The correct choice of the laser depends on many variables and it is challenging to keep the overview of the huge number of providers and suppliers. The following questions will help you to get as many information as possible and to prepare the acquisition process by considering the main aspects. Read More
Melt engraving with a CO2-laser is a possible alternative to the color change process by fiber or UV laser when labeling plastic. Especially when it comes to straightforward marking of single-line characters and codes, a CO2-laser system, integrated into the production line, can provide a fast and easy labeling solution. Read More
Still searching for the perfect Christmas gift? An individual marking makes items like key rings, wooden plates or drinking glasses a very personal little something. Job-shop manufacturers, that offer laser marking of such articles, usually apply a CO2-laser which is most suitable for marking glass, wood or leather. Read More
For sample marking on ball bearings, we applied marks with two different procedures for demonstration purposes: laser engraving on the outside, laser annealing on the inside circle. Both markings are robust and durable. For heavily used metal substrates like some bearings, the preferred marking method is often laser engraving, because the marking remains readable even in highly abrasive use.
Musical instruments often get marked with company logos, serial numbers or other information. Different marking systems are utilized, depending on the material.