Laser Cleaning Techniques in Industrial Applications

Modern laser cleaning techniques are efficient and adaptable but must take into account the properties of the materials being removed. By: Wayne Tupuola, Laser Photonics Published by: Photonics Media For centuries, theRead More…

The Battle Against Rust a $3 Billion Problem for the Navy

It’s a $6 billion scourge that afflicts Navy destroyers, cruise ships and historic vessels like the Queen Mary without fear or favor. It’s such a problem that professional organizations and conferences areRead More…

10 Advantages & Benefits Of CleanTech Laser Cleaning Technology

Top Ten Reasons Cleantech Will Lead Laser Cleaning & Ablation For Industrial Applications     1. Addresses Worldwide EPA and Chemical Containment Issues:   Dispersed debris during cleaning processes is controlled andRead More…

Pros & Cons Of Laser Cleaning And Abrasive Blasting In Surface Preparation

Laser Cleaning (also known as Laser Blasting) vs. Abrasive Blasting are some of the most common equipment options in processes for surface conditioning needs. Abrasive blasting is constituted in either sandblasting, beadRead More…

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Material:  pills Power:  20% Method Used:  Etch Frequency:  30KHz Depth:  <.001 Speed:  10 inches per second Laser Type:  20 Watt Q-Switch Fiber Laser Passes: 1 Focal Length Lens:  160mm Cycle Time:  1.328sec Samples were processed usingRead More…

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Material:  Titanium Method Used:  Annealing Depth:  Surface Laser Type:  Pulsed Fiber Focal Length Lens:  160mm Power: 95% Frequency: 30 kHz Speed: 1" per sec Passes: 12 Cycle Time: 26.52 seconds The samples were processed using theRead More…

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Material:  Carbon Pieces – 2nd Trial Method Used:  Etch Depth:  <.002 Laser Type:  20 watt Q-Switch Fiber Laser Focal Length Lens:  160mm Power: 100% Frequency: 20kHz Speed: 10 inches per second Passes: 9 Cycle Time: 57Read More…

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Material:  aluminum Method Used:  etch Depth:  < 3mm Laser Type:  20 Watt Q-Switch Fiber Laser Focal Length Lens:  160mm Power: 100% Frequency: 20 kHz Speed: 10 inches per second Passes: 600 Cycle Time: 10 mins SamplesRead More…

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Material:  Black Polypropylene Method Used:  Etch Depth:  <.001 Laser Type:  20 watt Q-Switch Fiber Laser Focal Length Lens:  160mm Power: 30 – 100% Frequency: 20kHz Speed: 26 – 60 inches per second Passes: 1 Cycle Time:Read More…

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Material:  Glass Method Used:  laser marking Depth:  Surface Laser Type:  100W CW CO2 (10.6um) Focal Length Lens:  300mm Power: 10% Frequency: 5kHz modulated Speed: 500mm/sec Passes: 5 Cycle Time: 1.5sec

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Material:  Steel Method Used:  etch Depth:  >.003 Laser Type:  20 Watt Q-Switch Fiber Laser Focal Length Lens:  160mm Power: 98% Frequency: 20 kHz Speed: 15 inches per second Passes: 20 Cycle Time: 1176 seconds Samples wereRead More…

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Material:  Plastic Method Used:  etch Depth:  <.001 Laser Type:  20 Watt Q-Switch Fiber Laser Focal Length Lens:  160mm Power: 57% Frequency: 20 kHz Speed: 20 inches per second Passes: 1 Cycle Time: 9.98 seconds Samples wereRead More…

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Material:  Copper Method Used:  etch Depth:  <.002 Laser Type:  20 Watt Q-Switch Fiber Laser Focal Length Lens:  160mm Power: 50%-98% Frequency: 20 kHz- 50 kHz Speed: 10 – 25 inches per second Passes: 2 Cycle Time:Read More…

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Material:  Composite Method Used:  Cutting Depth:  Through Laser Type:  CO2 Focal Length Lens:  300mm Power: 25% ~ 25 Watts Frequency: 5 kHz Speed: 25" per sec Passes: 3 Cycle Time: 0.422 seconds The samples were cutRead More…

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Material:  Acrylic Method Used:  etch Depth:  <.002 Laser Type:  20 Watt CW Fiber Laser Focal Length Lens:  254mm Power: 40% Speed: 10 inches per second Passes: 2 Cycle Time: 50.5 seconds Samples were processed using aRead More…

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Material:  PET Method Used:  Cutting Depth:  Through Laser Type:  CO2 200W Focal Length Lens:  3.75" lens Power: ~50 Watts Frequency: 4 kHz Speed: 200mm per sec Passes: 1 The samples were cut using the 200Read More…

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Material:  Foam Method Used:  Cutting Depth:  Kiss & (Through) Laser Type:  CO2 Focal Length Lens:  3.75" Power: 40 Watts (60 Watts) Frequency: 3 kHz (3 kHz) Modulated Speed: 300mm (300mm) Passes: 1 The samples wereRead More…

Acrylic Laser Cutting

Material:  Acrylic Black & (Clear) Method Used:  Cutting Depth:  Through Laser Type:  CO2 Focal Length Lens:  5.00″ Power: 150 watts (200 watts) Frequency: 5 kHz Speed: 10mm/sec (5mm/sec) Passes: 1 The samples were processed usingRead More…

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Material:  Acrylic with protection tape Method Used:  laser cut Depth:  Through Laser Type:  250W CW CO2 laser Focal Length Lens:  5′ Power: 100% (250W average) Frequency: 10kHz modulated Speed: 250mm/sec Passes: 1 Sample was cutRead More…

Laser cutting cardboard application

Material:  Cardboard Method Used:  Laser Cutting Depth:  Through Laser Type:  CO2 Focal Length Lens:  5″ Power: 200 Watts Frequency: 1-10 kHz (Modulated) Speed: 20-50mm Passes: 1 The samples were cut using the SBM 1200FL cuttingRead More…

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Material:  Stainless steel Power:  80% Method Used:  laser annealing Frequency:  55kHz Depth:  Surface Speed:  400mm/sec Laser Type:  Pulsed fiber laser (1064nm, 1mJ @ 20kHz) Passes: 3 Focal Length Lens:  160mm Cycle Time:  282sec Stainless steel plateRead More…

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Material:  Steel Power:  100% Method Used:  Laser annealing Frequency:  55kHz Depth:  Surface Speed:  300mm/sec Laser Type:  Pulsed fiber laser (1064nm, 1mJ @ 20kHz) Passes: 2 Focal Length Lens:  100mm Cycle Time:  104sec   Sample was markedRead More…

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Material:  Chromed steel Power:  100% Method Used:  Laser annealing Frequency:  80kHz Depth:  Surface Speed:  600mm/sec Laser Type:  Pulsed fiber laser (1064nm, 1mJ @ 20kHz) Passes: 2 Focal Length Lens:  420mm Cycle Time:   7.8sec Sample was processedRead More…

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Material:  aluminum Power:  50% Method Used:  etch Frequency:  35kHz Depth:  <.002 Speed:  25 inches per second Laser Type:  20 Watt Q-Switch Fiber Laser Passes: 1 Focal Length Lens:  160mm Cycle Time:  15.6 seconds Sample was processedRead More…

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Sample was processed using a 20 watt Q-switched fiber laser through a 160mm F-theta lens.

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Sample was processed using a 20 watt Q-switched fiber laser through a 160mm F-theta lens.

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Material: Stainless steel and gold   Power: 95%   Method Used: etch   Frequency: 20 kHz   Depth: <.001   Speed: 10 inches per second   Laser Type: 20 Watt Q-Switch FiberRead More…

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Sample was processed using a 20 watt Q-switched fiber laser through a 160mm F-theta lens.

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Material: stainless steel   Power: 98%   Method Used: annealed   Frequency: 35 kHz   Depth: <.001   Speed: 5 inches per second   Laser Type: 20 Watt Q-Switch Fiber Laser  Read More…

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This part was marked using a 10 watt q-switched ytterbium fiber laser with 160 mm focal length lens. The part was surface etched, to create contrasting marks. Material: Carbide Steel Method used: SurfaceRead More…

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The part was marked using a 20 watt q-switched ytterbium fiber laser with 160mm focal length lens. The small and medium drill bits were surface annealed at approximately 17 watts of power,Read More…

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The samples were marked using a 20 watt q-switched ytterbium fiber laser with 160 mm focal length lens. The carbide parts were surface etched, to create brightly contrasting light marks on theRead More…

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The parts were marked using a 20 Watt Pulsed Fiber Laser using a 420mm lens. Three trials were made. The fastest marking trial was when 12 Watts of power was used withRead More…

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This steel tool was marked using a 20 Watt Fiber Laser Marking System

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A laser marking on Aluminum

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This anodized aluminum tube was marked with a 20 watt q-switched ytterbium fiber laser at 9 watts with a frequency of 25kHz and 160mm focal length lens. The part was surfaced etchedRead More…

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The part was marked using a 20 Watt Fiber Laser Marking System  

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The part was marked with a 20 watt Q-switched Ytterbium fiber laser and 160 mm focal length lens. The sample was ablated with the information provided by customer to create a niceRead More…

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The samples were marked using a 20 watt Q-switched Fiber Laser using a 160 mm lens. The Colt logo (vector graphic) was annealed using 15 Watts of power, frequency of 80 kHz,Read More…

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The parts were marked with a 20 watt q-switched ytterbium fiber laser and 160 mm focal length lens. Process Parameters: Material: Steel Power: 16 Watts Method used: Ablation Frequency: 80 kHz Depth:Read More…

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A laser etched aluminum tool Process Parameters: Material: Aluminum Power: 12 Watts Method used: Surface Etch Frequency: 25 kHz Depth: Surface Speed: 10 inch/sec Laser Type: Q-Switched Fiber Laser Focal Length Lens:Read More…

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The part was marked using a 20Watt Fiber Laser Marking System

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The part was laser marked with a 20 watt q-switched ytterbium fiber laser and 160 mm focal length lens. Process Parameters: Material: Aluminum Power: 12 Watts Method used: Surface Etch Frequency: 25 kHz Depth:Read More…

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Medical Device Marking: The part was laser marked using a 20 watt q-switched ytterbium fiber laser with 420 mm focal length lens, having a working distance of 493mm. Gloves were used to handleRead More…

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Laser marking of the tool steel was accomplished with a 20 Watt fiber laser marking system. The tool steel was marked with dark marks, duplicating the example pieces sent to us. The part wasRead More…

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Process Parameters: Large Parts – Dark Coating, Light Etch Material: Steel Power: 17 Watt Method used: Etching Frequency: 80 kHz Depth: Surface Speed: 3 inchsec Laser Type: Q-Switched Fiber Laser Focal Length Lens:Read More…

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Process Parameters: Small Parts – Dark Coating, Light Etch Material: Steel Power: 17 Watt Method used: Etching Frequency: 80 kHz Depth: Surface Speed: 3 inchsec Laser Type: Q-Switched Fiber Laser Focal LengthRead More…

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Process Parameters: Small Parts – No Coating, Anneal Material: Steel Power: 7 Watt Method used: Anneal Frequency: 35 kHz Depth: Surface Speed: 10 inchsec Laser Type: Q-Switched Fiber Laser Focal Length Lens: 160mmRead More…

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Process Parameters: Abrasive Core Material: Darker – Etching Material: Lighter – Engraving Power: Etch: 9 Watts Power: Engrave: 10 Watts Method used: Etching & Engraving Frequency: Etch: 30kHz Frequency: Engrave: 35 kHzRead More…

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This abrasive core material was laser etched. Process Parameters: Abrasive Core Material: Abrasive Core Power: 7 Watts Method used: Etching Frequency: 20 kHz Depth: Surface Speed: 10 inch/sec. Laser Type: Q-Switched FiberRead More…

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Laser etching on carbide Process Parameters: Blacklite Wheel Material: Carbide Power: Etch: 9 Watts Engrave: 10 Watts Method used: Etching and Engraving Frequency: Etch: 30kHz Engrave: 35 kHz Depth: Surface Speed: Etch: 10Read More…

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The parts were engraved with a 20 watt q-switched ytterbium fiber laser and 160 mm focal length lens. The marks were done at 3 different depths using 2 passes, 4 passes andRead More…

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The parts were engraved with a 20 watt q-switched ytterbium fiber laser and 160 mm focal length lens. The marks were done at 3 different depths using 2 passes, 4 passes andRead More…

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The parts were engraved with a 20 watt q-switched ytterbium fiber laser and 160 mm focal length lens. The 160mm focal length lens has a working distance of 176mm from lens toRead More…

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The parts were engraved with a 20 watt q-switched ytterbium fiber laser and 160 mm focal length lens. The 160mm focal length lens has a working distance of 176mm from lens toRead More…

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This part was engraved with a 20 watt q-switched ytterbium fiber laser and 160 mm focal length lens. The 160mm focal length lens has a working distance of 176mm from lens toRead More…

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This part was engraved with a 20 watt q-switched ytterbium fiber laser and 160 mm focal length lens. The 160mm focal length lens has a working distance of 176mm from lens toRead More…

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Leather cutting for shoe patterns: The leather for this pair of ladies shoes was laser cut.

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Glass marking was done using a CO2 laser system. The image was pulled from a photo of a tiger. The application processing produced a high quality glass etched product.

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Large format metal laser cutting detail: This sheet of metal was laser cut using the SBM1200FL; equiped with a fiber laser. Please contact us for more information.

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Laser cutting an aluminum sheeting to produce a very detailed Florida cut-out. The cut-out was also laser marked with a company logo.  

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Laser cutting of this sawtooth was created using the SMB1200FL fiber laser cutting system.

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Laser etching or marking a pagoda image/picture on a tile using a CO2 laser.

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Laser marking a cane image/picture on a tile using a CO2 laser.

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Laser engraving a duck image/picture on a tile using a CO2 laser.

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Laser marking a US fighter jet image/picture on a tile using a CO2 laser.

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Laser marking a pagoda image/picture on glass with a black background using a CO2 laser.

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Laser marking a model image/picture on glass with a black background using a CO2 laser.

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Laser marking of a grapes image/picture on glass with a black background using a CO2 laser.

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Laser marking of palm trees image/picture on glass with a black background using a CO2 laser.

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Laser marking of a butterfly photo on glass with a black background using a CO2 laser.    

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Laser etching or marking of a crane vector image onto glass using a CO2 laser.    

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Laser marking of a simple flower pattern onto glass with a mirrored background using a CO2 laser (mirror laser marking).    

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Laser engraving / burning wood model and or seriel numbers on Cabinet doors and drawer faces. 30 W @ 100% and 100-150 mm/sec. Various size cabinet doors were laser marked using the Fantom 30Read More…

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All three different wood parts were marked with the same parameters. Markings No.1 and No.2 (green numbers on the picture above) are different only in sizes and, therefore, in cycle times. MarkingRead More…

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Laser cutting of the dashboard inset shapes were done at a low cutting speed to improve edge quality. The sample could be cut at a much faster speed, but at the sacrificeRead More…

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Laser marking of wooden door frames using a CO2 laser. Marked text was reorganized into 2 lines, so it could fit into single working field of the recommended system (which is about 200x200mm). OtherRead More…

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Deep engraving was done on this red brick sample to show the capabilities of using CO2 lasers for engraving purposes. The depth and speed at which the process can be done simplyRead More…

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Laser engraving of this wooden block sample was done using a 100 watt CO2 laser through a 300mm lens. Sample Name: wood brick Working Distance: 220mm Material: wood Power: 60%-98% Method Used: LaserRead More…

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Laser engraving of this wooden block sample was done using a 100 watt CO2 laser through a 300mm lens. Sample Name: wood brick Working Distance: 220mm Material: wood Power: 60%-98% Method Used:Read More…

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A UID data matrix with 3mil data cell size was laser marked on polished stainless steel stock. The mark produced had excellent contrast. Total mark time was 0.5 seconds. A 20 Watt CW Fiber laser was used toRead More…

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UID marking a two-dimensional data matrix with 3mil data cell size was marked on polished plate stainless steel stock. The mark produced had excellent contrast. Total marking time was 0.6 seconds. A 20 Watt CWRead More…

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  Sample Name: "Dallas national golf club" logo Working Distance: 175mm Material: Stainless steel Power: 100% (20W average) Method Used: Laser marking Frequency: 20kHz Depth: ~0.3mm Speed: 300mm/sec Laser Type: Pulsed fiberRead More…

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  Sample Name: "Crowne plaza Invitational" logo Working Distance: 175mm Material: Stainless steel Power: 100% (20W average) Method Used: Laser marking Frequency: 20kHz Depth: ~0.3mm Speed: 300mm/sec Laser Type: Pulsed fiber laserRead More…

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  Sample Name: "Preston trail" Logo Working Distance: 175mm Material: Stainless steel Power: 100% (20W average) / 50% Method Used: Laser marking Frequency: 20kHz / 40kHz Depth: ~0.3mm Speed: 300mm/sec / 40mm/secRead More…

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Material:  rubber Power:  50% Method Used:  Laser etching Frequency:  20khz Depth:  <.002 Speed:  20 inches per second Laser Type:  20 Watt Q-Switch Fiber Laser Passes: 1 Focal Length Lens:  160mm Cycle Time:  7.4 seconds Rubber sealRead More…

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Material:  plastic Power:  40% Method Used:  etch Frequency:    Depth:  <.001 Speed:  20 inches per second Laser Type:  20 CW Fiber Laser Passes: 2 Focal Length Lens:  254mm Cycle Time:  3.5 seconds The plastic device seenRead More…

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This plastic part was marked using a 20 Watt Fiber Laser Marking System.

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This plastic pan was marked using a 20 Watt Fiber Laser Marking System.

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These plastic parts were marked using a 20 Watt Fiber Laser Marking System.

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This plastic part was marked using a 20 Watt Fiber Laser Marking System.  

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This plastic part was marked using a 20 Watt Fiber Laser Marking System.

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This plastic gasket was marked using a 20 Watt Fiber Laser Marking System.  

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This application was done with a low power system in the lab. The recommendation for this process, for the grey bulk molding compound, would be for a minimum of 100watt laser forRead More…

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The part was marked (bar code marking) with a 10 Watt pulsed fiber laser using 160 mm focal length lens. The cycle time for the text and barcode marked on the backRead More…

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The samples were marked using a 20 watt q-switched ytterbium fiber laser with 160 mm focal length lens. The samples were processed using approximately 18 watts of power, with a frequency of 35kHz,Read More…

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The parts were marked using a 20 watt q-switched ytterbium fiber laser with 160 mm focal length lens. The samples were etched to create brightly contrasting marks. Material: Brass Power: 18 wattsRead More…

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The parts were marked using a 20 watt q-switched ytterbium fiber laser with 160 mm focal length lens. The samples were etched to create brightly contrasting marks. Material: Painted & Anodized AluminumRead More…

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The parts were marked using a 20 watt q-switched ytterbium fiber laser with 160 mm focal length lens. The samples were etched to create brightly contrasting marks. Material: Painted & Anodized Aluminum Power:Read More…

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The parts were marked using a 20 watt q-switched ytterbium fiber laser with 160 mm focal length lens. The samples were etched to create brightly contrasting marks. Material: Anodized Aluminum Power: 10Read More…

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The parts were marked using a 20 watt q-switched ytterbium fiber laser with 160 mm focal length lens. The samples were etched to create brightly contrasting marks. Material: Aluminum Power: 20 wattsRead More…

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The parts were marked using a 20 watt q-switched ytterbium fiber laser with 160 mm focal length lens. The samples were etched to create brightly contrasting marks. Material: Aluminum Power: 20 watts MethodRead More…

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Laser marking of aluminum was accomplished using a 20 watt q-switched ytterbium fiber laser with 160 mm focal length lens. The large and small tags were both surface etched to create aRead More…

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Material: Aluminum Power:      18 watts – Paint Removal      18 watt – Etching Method used: Engraving Frequency:      25 kHz – Paint Removal      80 kHz – Etching Depth: Surface Speed:Read More…

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Laser etched aluminum steel Material: Steel Power: 17 watts Method used: Etching Frequency: 25 kHz Depth: Surface Speed: 10 inch/sec. Laser Type: Q-Switched Fiber Laser Focal Length Lens: 160mm Cycle Time: 5.77Read More…

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Laser Marking of the stainless steel tags was done using the 20 watt q-switched ytterbium fiber laser, along with a 160 mm focal length lens. The tags marked with an annealed surface mark. TheRead More…

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These ID Tags was marked using a 20Watt Fiber Laser Marking System  

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Laser marking of the stainless steel tags was accomplished using the 20 watt q-switched ytterbium fiber laser, along with a 160 mm focal length lens. The tags marked with an annealed surface mark toRead More…

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The ID Tag was marked using a 20Watt Fiber Laser Marking System  

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The part was marked using a 20 Watt Pulsed Fiber Laser System using a 160 mm lens. The canister was marked with the same parameters for a light etched mark. The part was marked with aRead More…

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This sample ID Tag was marked using a 20 watt Fiber laser marking system. The tag was surface annealed, to remove the paint and create contrasting marks.

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The samples were marked using a 20 watt q-switched ytterbium fiber laser with 160 mm focal length lens. The parts were ablated, to burn off the anodization without engraving into the aluminum,Read More…

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The parts were marked using a 20 watt q-switched ytterbium fiber laser with 160 mm focal length lens. The samples were sprayed with TherMark to create brightly contrasting marks. The parts wereRead More…

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The parts were marked using a 20 watt q-switched ytterbium fiber laser with 160 mm focal length lens. The samples were sprayed with TherMark to create brightly contrasting marks. The marking onRead More…

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The parts were marked using a 10 watt q-switched ytterbium fiber laser with 160 mm focal length lens. The parts were surface etched, to create contrasting marks. Various speeds and frequencies wereRead More…

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The parts were marked using a 10 watt q-switched ytterbium fiber laser with 160 mm focal length lens. The parts were surface etched, to create contrasting marks. Various speeds and frequencies wereRead More…

528

The parts were marked using a 10 watt q-switched ytterbium fiber laser with 160 mm focal length lens. The parts were surface etched, to create contrasting marks. Various speeds and frequencies wereRead More…

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The tag was marked using a 20 Watt Fiber Laser Marking System

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The tag was marked using a 20 Watt Fiber Laser Marking System

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The part was marked using a 20 watt q-switched ytterbium fiber laser with 160 mm focal length lens. The part was surface marked to create brightly contrasting marks. The part was marked using various parameters,Read More…

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The tag was marked using a 20 Watt Fiber Laser Marking System  

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The parts were marked with a 10 watt q-switched ytterbium fiber laser and 160 mm focal length lens. The parts were surface marked, to create bright contrast similar the sample part sentRead More…

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The parts were marked with a 10 watt q-switched ytterbium fiber laser and 160 mm focal length lens. The parts were surface marked, to create bright contrast similar to the sample previouslyRead More…

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The tag was marked using a 20 Watt Fiber Laser Marking System  

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The tag was marked using a 20 Watt Fiber Laser Marking System

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This steel bit was marked using a 20 Watt Fiber Laser Marking System

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The parts were marked with a 20 watt q-switched ytterbium fiber laser and 160 mm focal length lens. The parts were surface etched to create brightly contrasting marks.  

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The parts were marked with a 20 watt q-switched ytterbium fiber laser and 160 mm focal length lens. The parts were surface etched to create brightly contrasting marks.  

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The parts were marked with a 20 watt q-switched ytterbium fiber laser and 160 mm focal length lens. The parts were surface etched to create brightly contrasting marks.  

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This part was marked using a 20 watt q-switched ytterbium fiber laser with 160 mm focal length lens. The 160mm focal length lens has a working distance of 176mm from lens toRead More…

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This part was marked using a 20 watt q-switched ytterbium fiber laser with 160 mm focal length lens. The 160mm focal length lens has a working distance of 176mm from lens toRead More…

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This part was marked using a 20 watt q-switched ytterbium fiber laser with 160 mm focal length lens. The 160mm focal length lens has a working distance of 176mm from lens toRead More…

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This part was marked using a 20 watt q-switched ytterbium fiber laser with 160 mm focal length lens. The 160mm focal length lens has a working distance of 176mm from lens toRead More…

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This part was marked using a 20 watt q-switched ytterbium fiber laser with 160 mm focal length lens. The 160mm focal length lens has a working distance of 176mm from lens toRead More…

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This part was marked using a 20 watt q-switched ytterbium fiber laser with 160 mm focal length lens. The 160mm focal length lens has a working distance of 176mm from lens toRead More…

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This part was marked using a 20 watt q-switched ytterbium fiber laser with 160 mm focal length lens. The 160mm focal length lens has a working distance of 176mm from lens toRead More…

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This part was marked using a 20 watt q-switched ytterbium fiber laser with 160 mm focal length lens. The 160mm focal length lens has a working distance of 176mm from lens toRead More…

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This part was marked using a 20 watt q-switched ytterbium fiber laser with 160 mm focal length lens. The 160mm focal length lens has a working distance of 176mm from lens toRead More…

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This part was marked using a 20 watt q-switched ytterbium fiber laser with 160 mm focal length lens. The 160mm focal length lens has a working distance of 176mm from lens toRead More…

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The parts were marked using a 20 watt q-switched ytterbium fiber laser with 160 mm focal length lens. The carbide parts were surface etched, to create brightly contrasting white marks on theRead More…

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The parts were marked using a 20 watt q-switched ytterbium fiber laser with 160 mm focal length lens. The titanium coated steel was engraved to create a dark mark on the surface ofRead More…

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The samples were marked using a 20 watt Q-switched Fiber Laser using a 160 mm lens. The Colt logo (vector graphic) was annealed using 15 Watts of power, frequency of 80 kHz,Read More…

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This steel tool was marked using a 20 Watt Fiber Laser Marking System

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The parts were marked using a 20 Watt Pulsed Fiber Laser using a 160 mm lens. The carbide mills were etched using 7 watts of power in 2.31 seconds in the largerRead More…

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This steel tool was marked using a 20 Watt Fiber Laser Marking System

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This steel tool was marked using a 20 Watt Fiber Laser Marking System

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This steel wheel was marked using a 20 Watt Fiber Laser Marking System  

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The scissor was mark using the 20 watt q-switched ytterbium fiber laser, along with a 160 mm focal length lens. The scissor was marked with an annealed surface mark. The cycle timeRead More…

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This steel tool was marked using a 20 Watt Fiber Laser Marking System

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The scissor blades were marked using a 20 watt q-switched ytterbium fiber laser, along with a 160mm focal length lens. The blades were marked with a dark surface mark. Each mark wasRead More…

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The scissor blades were marked using a 20 watt q-switched ytterbium fiber laser, along with a 160mm focal length lens. The blades were marked with a dark surface mark. Each mark wasRead More…

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The scissor blades were marked using a 20 watt q-switched ytterbium fiber laser, along with a 160mm focal length lens. The blades were marked with a dark surface mark. Each mark wasRead More…

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The scissor blades were laser marked using a 20 watt q-switched ytterbium fiber laser, along with a 160mm focal length lens. The blades were marked with a dark surface mark. Each mark wasRead More…

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The scissor blades were marked using a 20 watt q-switched ytterbium fiber laser, along with a 160mm focal length lens. The blades were marked with a dark surface mark. Each mark wasRead More…

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The scissor blades were marked using a 20 watt q-switched ytterbium fiber laser, along with a 160mm focal length lens. The blades were marked with a dark surface mark. Each mark wasRead More…

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The scissor blades were marked using a 20 watt q-switched ytterbium fiber laser, along with a 160mm focal length lens. The blades were marked with a dark surface mark. Each mark wasRead More…

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The scissor blades were marked using a 20 watt q-switched ytterbium fiber laser, along with a 160mm focal length lens. The blades were marked with a dark surface mark. Each mark wasRead More…

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The scissor blades were marked using a 20 watt q-switched ytterbium fiber laser, along with a 160mm focal length lens. The blades were marked with a dark surface mark. Each mark wasRead More…

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The scissor blades were marked using a 20 watt q-switched ytterbium fiber laser, along with a 160mm focal length lens. The blades were marked with a dark surface mark. Each mark wasRead More…

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The scissor blades were marked using a 20 watt q-switched ytterbium fiber laser marking system, along with a 160mm focal length lens. The blades were marked with a dark surface mark. EachRead More…

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The scissor blades were marked using a 20 watt q-switched ytterbium fiber laser, along with a 160mm focal length lens. The blades were marked with a dark surface mark. Each mark wasRead More…

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The scissor blades were marked using a 20 watt q-switched ytterbium fiber laser, along with a 160mm focal length lens. The blades were marked with a dark surface mark. Each mark wasRead More…

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The scissor blades were marked using a 20 watt q-switched ytterbium fiber laser, along with a 160mm focal length lens. The blades were marked with a dark surface mark. Each mark wasRead More…

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This aluminum tool was marked using a 20Watt Fiber Laser Marking System

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The tool steel was marked with a 20 watt q-switched ytterbium fiber laser with 160 mm focal length lens. The part was laser engraved (deep engraved) according to customer specifications. The partRead More…

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The tool steel was marked with a 20 watt q-switched ytterbium fiber laser with 160 mm focal length lens. The part was deep engraved according to customer specifications. The part was markedRead More…

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The parts were marked using a 20 Watt Pulsed Fiber Laser using a 160 mm lens. The 3 small samples were annealed to create bright contrasting marks with the power of 12Read More…

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The carbide, oxide coated and stainless steel were marked with a surface etch, the stainless steel was marked with a dark mark as well. A light etch is produces the most contrastRead More…

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The parts were marked using a 20 Watt Pulsed Fiber Laser using a 420 mm lens. All three samples were annealed with the speed of 3" per second using frequency of 80Read More…

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The part was marked using a 20Watt Fiber Laser Marking System using a 160 mm lens. A dark surface mark was put on the part.

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The part was marked using a 20Watt Fiber Laser Marking System using a 160 mm lens. A dark surface mark was put on the part.

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The part was marked using a 20Watt Fiber Laser Marking System using a 160 mm lens.  The cycle times for the part was below one second.

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The part was marked using a 20Watt Fiber Laser Marking System using a 160 mm lens.  The cycle times for the part was below one second.

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The part was marked using a 20Watt Fiber Laser Marking System using a 160 mm lens.  The cycle times for the part was below one second.

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The part was marked using a 20Watt Fiber Laser Marking System using a 160 mm lens. The mark on this brown-coated nut remover had a cycle time of 0.88 seconds.  

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This part was marked using a 20Watt Fiber Laser Marking System using a 160 mm lens. A dark surface mark was put on the part. The marks placed on the large tap hadRead More…

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The part was marked using a 20Watt Fiber Laser Marking System using a 160 mm lens. A dark surface mark was put on the part.

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The part was marked using a 20Watt Fiber Laser Marking System using a 160 mm lens.  The cycle times for the part was below one second.

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The parts were marked using a 20Watt Fiber Laser Marking System using a 160 mm lens. The marks on the small spiral screw remover had 0.95 second cycle time.  

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The parts were marked using a 20Watt Fiber Laser Marking System using a 160 mm lens. The marks on the large spiral screw remover had a 1.01 second cycle time.

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The part was marked using a 20Watt Fiber Laser Marking System using a 160 mm lens.  The cycle times for the part was below one second.  

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The part was marked using a 20Watt Fiber Laser Marking System using a 160 mm lens.  The cycle times for the part was below one second.  

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The part was marked using a 20Watt Fiber Laser Marking System using a 160 mm lens.  The cycle times for the part was below one second.  

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The parts were marked with a 10 watt q-switched ytterbium fiber laser and 160 mm focal length lens. The 160mm focal length lens has a working distance of 176mm from lens toRead More…

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All the parts were marked using a 10 watt q-switched ytterbium fiber laser with 160 mm focal length lens. The parts were surface anneal, to create contrasting marks. Process Parameters: Material: CarbideRead More…

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The part was marked using a 20 watt q-switched ytterbium fiber laser with 160 mm focal length lens. The 160mm focal length lens has a working distance of 176mm from lens toRead More…

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The part was marked using a 20 watt q-switched ytterbium fiber laser with 160 mm focal length lens. The 160mm focal length lens has a working distance of 176mm from lens toRead More…

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The part was marked using a 20 watt q-switched ytterbium fiber laser with 160 mm focal length lens. The 160mm focal length lens has a working distance of 176mm from lens toRead More…

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The part was marked using a 20 watt q-switched ytterbium fiber laser with 160 mm focal length lens. The 160mm focal length lens has a working distance of 176mm from lens toRead More…

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This steel tool was marked using a 20 Watt Fiber Laser Marking System

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The parts were marked with a 20 watt q-switched ytterbium fiber laser and 254 mm focal length lens. The 254mm focal length lens has a working distance of 296mm from lens toRead More…

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The parts were marked with a 20 watt q-switched ytterbium fiber laser and 254 mm focal length lens. The 254mm focal length lens has a working distance of 296mm from lens toRead More…

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The high carbon steel darkened very easily using the 20 watt q-switched ytterbium fiber laser. The parts were marked using a 160 mm focal length lens. The short focal length lens producedRead More…

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This part was laser marked with a 20 watt q-switched ytterbium fiber laser with a 160 mm focal length lens. This sample was surface etched, creating a light mark on the surface of theRead More…

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The part was laser marked with a 20 watt q-switched ytterbium fiber laser with a 160 mm focal length lens. This sample was annealed, or surface marked, to create bright contrast between the materialRead More…

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This steel tool was marked using a 20 Watt Fiber Laser Marking System

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This part was marked using a 10 watt q-switched ytterbium fiber laser with 160 mm focal length lens. The part was surface etched, to create contrasting marks. Material: Carbide Steel Method used: SurfaceRead More…

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This part was marked using a 10 watt q-switched ytterbium fiber laser with 160 mm focal length lens. The part was surface etched, to create contrasting marks. Material: Carbide Steel Method used: SurfaceRead More…

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This part was marked using a 10 watt q-switched ytterbium fiber laser with 160 mm focal length lens. The part was surface etched, to create contrasting marks. Material: Carbide Steel Method used: SurfaceRead More…

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This part was marked using a 10 watt q-switched ytterbium fiber laser with 160 mm focal length lens. The part was surface etched, to create contrasting marks. Material: Carbide Steel Method used: SurfaceRead More…

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The 18-mm thick wooden pie was laser cut by a 300 watt CW CO2 laser with 5-inch focal length lens. The letters of “H” and “D” in 55-mm height were cut outRead More…

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This application was done with a low power system in the lab. The recommendation for this process, for the grey bulk molding compound, would be for a minimum of 100watt laser forRead More…

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Laser cut leather

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Blue leather with 3-mm thickness was marked and cut by a 10 watt CW CO2 laser with 3.75-inch focal length lens. The speed of 50 mm/sec was used for etching surface withRead More…

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Laser cut vinyl