Laser Labeling & Marking

Almost any material can be precisely labeled with our laser marking systems including: metals, plastics, semi-conductors, foils, glass, and ceramics as well as organic surfaces such as wood, paper, and leather. Depending on the substrate and beam intensity, the desired markings can be produced by color changing, engraving or micro-melting.

Laser Cleaning Technologies can provide cleaning and marking treatments combined for excellent quality with durable dot matrix, bar code, human readable or image markings that withstand the test of time.

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Complete customized laser systems are available with integrated automation technology.

  • Rich contrast & fine detail

  • Enduring readability

  • Versatile, fast & easy to use software

  • Economic & reliable processing

  • No damage to the base material

  • Process uses no abrasive media

  • Parts can be marked in-situ – great for large/heavy items

Powerlase laser marking system

Ultra-compact, powerful and economical

Laser Cleaning Technologies offers a totally unique laser marking unit with operating controls and a PC built-in. It features an LCD-display with menu navigation and a network plug for industrial integration that enables remote programming or operation from anywhere in the world. Customary industrial field bus systems are available, too.

With up to 50 Watts of average laser power, even moving components can be labeled extremely fast with high quality plain text lettering, dot matrix and bar codes at a resolution of more than 300 dpi. This marking laser is easy to setup and includes software pre-loaded with a wide-range of graphics and text options.

The system can label or mark high quality components, such as sensors, electronic packaging or traceable parts of metal, plastics, composites, and more.

The device is air-cooled, designed for durability and it’s virtually maintenance-free.

This laser is suitable for use with special laser labeling foil as well as many colored plastics, including thermoplasts. Depending on the type of plastic and laser parameters used, precise marking is achieved by stripping or carbonization along with a corresponding color change. This laser provides consistent quality and marks surfaces with lettering that’s resistant to abrasion, chemicals, non-wearing and tamper proof.

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