Pulsed fiber laser marking system 3806 Series
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pulsed fiber laser marking system
pulsed fiber laser marking system
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Characteristics

Technique
pulsed fiber laser
Operational mode
automatic, manual
Applications
industrial, process, for electronic components, for the microelectronics industry, identification card
Material
metal
Other characteristics
deep marking, computer-controlled, three-axis, continuous

Description

The FiberStar Rotary Dial Laser Marking Workstation is a robust, turnkey industrial laser marking platform that offers the benefits of a non-contact, abrasion-resistant, permanent laser mark, laser engraving, or cut onto almost any type of material. These systems offer the speed, reliability and flexibility required to meet stringent quality control and process certification standards. FiberStar Laser Marking Systems integrate the FiberStar laser marking source and provide controllable pulse rates that can be adjusted from continuous wave to single pulse for deep laser marking, cutting, or fast throughput thermal mark applications at up to 200 characters per second. The FiberStar Rotary Dial Laser Marking System is a high volume production workstation that is ideal for a wide range of applications. The system is designed to allow an operator to rapidly load/unload components, “quick release” load/unload of preloaded fixtures, or single component marking in the manual mode. Advanced integrated motion for step-and-repeat laser marking, or coordinated rotary motion for seamlessly laser marking around a circumference is also possible. Operators can trigger the cycle using the dual trigger switches or a foot pedal. A safety light curtain option is also available. LaserStar’s laser marking operating software provides complete coordination of all integrated system components.

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