CO2 laser marking is ideal for a wide range of non-metallic materials including plastics, textiles, glass, acrylic, wood, and even stone. They are used in pharmaceutical and food packaging as well as the marking of PVC pipes, building materials, mobile communications gadgets, electrical appliances, integrated circuits, and electronic components.

Uv Laser Marking Machine

Uv Laser Engraving Machine is specially designed for fine marking and engraving, and micro-processing of special materials. It is especially suitable for marking, micro-holes, glass materials, and high-speed division of glass materials and silicon wafers carries out complex graphics cutting, etc.

RF Co2 Laser Marking

Co2 laser marking machine uses CO2 gas in a sealed tube as a laser source to mark on organic materials like wood, glass, acrylic, etc. This laser system is widely accepted for product identification, serial marking, date stamping, etc.

Jewellery Laser Marking

Jewellery Laser engraving uses a high-powered laser beam to etch the surface of the material. Similar to the mechanical rotary engraving machine, we can input the jewelry design into the computer. Then jewelry laser engraving will engrave the design according to the drawing. However, the laser engraver is more precise because the diameter of the laser is adjustable according to our demand. Also, the intensity of the laser can determine how deep the engraving will be.

Packing laser marking

Laser marking on the packaging side is used for marking of the expiry date, mfg date, bar code, etc by Food and Beverage Packaging, Pharmaceutical Packaging, Consumer Electronics packaging, etc.

Plastic Laser Marking Machine

The most popular lasers for plastic applications are the famous UV laser, the green wave FlyPeak laser by LASIT, and the traditional green light Laser, with a fiber optic source. In most cases, we recommend using a MOPA laser, meaning with a variable pulse: thanks to the pulse duration control, this laser ensures maximum performance in the most difficult applications.
The most common processes of laser marking on plastic are carbonization, colour change, foaming, and engraving.

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