Fiber laser marking machine M1000
pulsed fiber lasermetalplastic

fiber laser marking machine
fiber laser marking machine
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fiber laser, pulsed fiber laser
metal, plastic, wood, aluminum, glass, for hardened materials
benchtop, hand-held
data matrix, cable, for PCB, for jewelry, for electronic components
Other characteristics
programmable, automated, compact, high-definition, deep, stainless steel, traceability, mobile, vision system, computer-controlled, with identification


The compact manual fiber laser marking machine FOBA M1000 has been designed for the high-quality laser marking of small parts, medium sized components and work pieces and batches. Among others, the M1000 is ideally suited for laser marking autoparts, medical products, metal and plastic tools and general industrial products and components. The small and mobile universal marking workstation is also perfect for laser based contract manufacturing. The M1000 processes small metallic and plastic components but also batches both economically and in high marking quality. It is ideally suited for manufacturers with low volume requirements or where space constraints demand an efficient solution. The workstation can also be cart mounted for mobility throughout a user's facility. The desktop workstation is operated in laser safety class 1 and comes with a programmable Z-axis, a small worktable and a smoothly opening lift door – available either as manual or as optional electric lift door. When open, the interior space is accessible from three sides. In order to cover the broadest possible spectrum of applications, various fiber laser markers are available for integration. Main fields of application Automobile and autoparts industry, tool and mold construction, machinery construction, medical technology, plastic processing industries, laser contract production (promotional items)


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