The parts were marked using a 10-watt Q-switched ytterbium fiber laser equipped with a 160 mm focal length lens. This setup was chosen for its precision and ability to create high-contrast marks through surface etching. The laser effectively removed material from the surface, enhancing the visibility of the markings. However, despite the advanced technology and careful calibration, some areas of the material did not respond well to the marking process, resulting in inconsistent marks. This issue could be attributed to variations in the material’s composition or surface properties, which can affect the laser’s effectiveness in creating uniform etches. Further adjustments and optimization may be needed to achieve consistent results across all parts.

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