The Atomstack M4 Desktop Handheld 2-in-1 Laser Marker features industrial-grade resolution, speed, and power, allowing you to engrave clearly and quickly on a variety of surfaces, including metal, plastic, leather,...
Laser marking is the process of permanently marking a surface using a focused beam of light. It can be performed using different types of lasers, including fiber lasers, CO2 lasers, pulsed lasers, and continuous lasers.
The two most common laser marking applications are:
Laser engraving: creates deep and permanent marks that withstand abrasion.
Laser etching: creates high-contrast permanent marks at a high speed.
Laser marking can mark a variety of materials such as steel, aluminum, stainless steel, polymers, and rubber.
To create a lasting mark, laser marking systems generate focused beams of light that contain high levels of energy. When a laser beam hits a surface, its energy is transferred in the form of heat, creating black, white, and sometimes colored marks.
Laser marking is a precise process that provides consistent results. You get a near perfect readability rate, making sure that the number of nonconform parts is kept to a minimum.
Laser marking is a non-contact process, so no mechanical wear occurs between the system and the part being marked. This helps you keep maintenance and downtime to a minimum. Minimal maintenance is needed to remove the accumulated dust from the lens.