Special purpose machines
multiCAM programming interface
Marking Engraving Labeling
Labeling of anodized aluminum parts. The anodized layer is removed by evaporation and aluminum oxide is formed in the atmosphere.
Marking of bronze parts. With special laser parameters, the surface is roughened and metal particles adhere to the machined surface. This creates a contrast to the surrounding surface and the marking appears dark.
On a brushed stainless steel surface, the laser pulses disrupt the structure, producing a light to dark gray color depending on the density of the pulses. In this way, photos can also be transferred to the material surface.
This medal is highly polished. The marking is created by slightly roughening the surface to prevent the surface from reflecting.
With coated textiles, the layer is removed and the shine on the surface is removed. The color of the marking depends on the nature of the material.
On many materials such as hard rubber, labeling is possible by discoloring the surface.
Even ceramics, like this high-quality writing instrument, can be written on black and delicately thanks to the variety of parameters available.
“Night-and-Day” marking for a vehicle console. The part consists of a black painted, translucent white plastic. The inscription appears white in both reflected light and transmitted light due to the targeted removal of the lacquer layer.
The laser parameters can be adjusted so that even transparent plastic can be marked black.
With leather, the color pigments are more or less removed and you even get markings in different colors.
A data matrix created with the laser is razor-sharp and can be easily converted with any suitable reading device.
Scalings and labels on plastic parts are abrasion-resistant and long-lasting.