The parts were marked with a 10-watt Q-switched ytterbium fiber laser and a 160 mm focal length lens. The parts were surface etched to create contrast. Some of the material was not able to mark well.

The parts underwent marking using a 10-watt Q-switched ytterbium fiber laser paired with a 160 mm focal length lens. This configuration was selected for its capability to deliver precise and high-contrast markings. The process involved surface etching to achieve the desired contrast, ensuring that the markings stood out clearly against the background. However, despite the advanced laser technology and careful execution, some sections of the material did not mark effectively. This inconsistency in marking could be due to variations in the material’s surface properties or composition, which might affect how the laser interacts with the material. As a result, certain areas exhibited less than optimal marking quality. Further investigation and adjustments in the laser settings or pre-treatment of the material may be necessary to achieve uniform and reliable markings across all parts.

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