The concept of laser marking is built upon the alteration of the surface being marked under the impact of laser emission. The laser beam locally heats up the material, changing thus its optical, chemical properties and geometrical adjectives, and causing melting and partial vaporisation of its surface. Therewith high resolution of laser marking is achieved and minimal thermomechanical impact is made on the workpiece. Laser marking is not sensitive to mechanical impact, cannot be hidden or erased without damaging the workpiece. It ensures a durable mark on the one hand and protects the article against counterfeit on the other.
The technique of laser marking possesses a number of advantages that account for its wide area of application in industry:
- wide selection of laser-markable materials;
- non-invasiveness at minimal thermomechanical impact;
- precision, high contrast, wear resistant image;
- high speed and productivity of marking the information;
- marking areas difficult of access
- metal laser engraving;
- laser engraving on plastic, glass, wood
- industrial nameplates in metal and plastic
- self-destroying warranty stickers manufactured from a 3M film
Direct part marking
Product nameplates manufacturing
Warranty stickers manufacturing
Control boards manufacturing.