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LASER MARKING SYSTEMS

How It Works

A laser marking system creates a predefined and permanent pattern on a surface by directing a focused light beam that disintegrates a layer of material.

How It Works

A laser marking system creates a predefined and permanent pattern on a surface by directing a focused light beam that disintegrates a layer of material.

Your Top Choice for Permanent Marking

Direct Part Marking

From the enclosed Class I high-volume MegaCenter to the Class IV portable handheld system for in-field use, we have the best solutions for your unique marking and engraving needs. These low-maintenance systems can be used on a wide range of materials and are designed to withstand harsh industrial environments and resist vibration, shock, and dust.

Your Top Choice for Permanent Marking

From the enclosed Class I high-volume MegaCenter to the Class IV portable handheld system for in-field use, we have the best solutions for your unique marking and engraving needs. These low-maintenance systems can be used on a wide range of materials and are designed to withstand harsh industrial environments and resist vibration, shock, and dust.

Direct Part Marking

Handheld

Lasers

Handheld Lasers

MarkStar

MarkStar Pro

MarkStar Pro+

MarkStar Class I

Code-X

Desktop

Lasers

Desktop Lasers

MiniGIANT 20w

MiniGIANT 30w

MiniGIANT 50w

What is Silicosis?

According to the American Lung Association, silicosis is caused by breathing in silica, a mineral found in sand, glass, and other rock-type materials. These materials are often used as abrasive additives in sandblasting. When propelled at high speeds onto a surface for cleaning, silica particles become airborne, posing health risks for sandblasting workers and others present. Prolonged inhalation of silica dust can cause lung inflammation and, over time, lead to scar tissue formation called pulmonary fibrosis. This damage to the lungs is irreversible, though therapies can slow down the progression of the disease. Mild symptoms include coughing and shortness of breath. Complications include tuberculosis, lung cancer, chronic bronchitis, autoimmune disorders, and kidney disease.

 

While laser cleaning is much safer than traditional industrial cleaning methods like sandblasting, certain protective measures must be taken while operating the machinery. Be sure to protect yourself and those in your vicinity if you process a surface that contains hazardous particles like silica or lead.

Source: https://www.lung.org/lung-health-diseases/lung-disease-lookup/silicosis

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