Laser marking is a non-contact, permanent process that marks without the stress points and deformation produced by other marking methods. It is ideal for metals that are subject to hot, wet, abrasive or corrosive environments. Our laser marking systems deliver the best permanent marking performance on a variety of materials like aluminum, plastics, wood, glass, marble, textiles and much more.
|YAG / DPSSL LASER||FIBER LASER||CO2 LASER|
|With a wide variety of applications in multiple wavelengths: Infrared, Green, UV; printing in either dynamic or static mode on high-speed applications.YAG/DPSSL key features:
Best results are obtained on steel, titanium, aluminum (bare, anodized or coated) as well as on plastics such as ABS, PP, PES, PET, PVC and many others.
|The most compact fiber marking laser, with state of the art technology which is easy to use, simple to install, high performance and reliable. Suitable for barcodes, logos and drawings markings.Fiber Laser key features:
Ideal for deep engraved Direct Part Marking in the electronic, medical devices and automotive industries for metal and plastic parts.
|CO2 technology provides permanent laser marking for industrial traceability and coding applications offering superior marking quality, increased productivity in clean working environments.CO2 Laser key features:
Ideal for marking applications in the food, pharmaceutical, and electronics markets for cardboard, ceramic, wood, plastics and painted or anodized metal.
Our approach to implementing a Laser Marking system starts by fully understanding our customers’ needs, matching them with the correct laser coding technology and our knowledge to deliver fully integrated solutions.
Dedicated fume extraction and filters helps with the removal of smoke and debris caused during the laser marking process. It is an essential part of the integration to select the correct fume extraction equipment in order to:
MultiSystems provides all the programming and implementation services, report generation and tailored software solutions to address your manufacturing operation’s needs.
Contact us today and learn how we can integrate today’s technologies with your existing manufacturing process.
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