Why Choose Laser Code Marking Machine?
This is an extensive list of all of the varied advantages of marking using lasers. There are several types of lasers that can be used for this process, and they all share many of the same benefits.
It’s a non-contact process:
Any process that uses a laser beam is a non-contact process, which means that the laser beam isn’t physically working with the material it is directed at. So, it’ll only affect the area that is being heated, without causing any abrasions or damage to the surrounding area of the material.
Works with a range of shapes and sizes:
As well as being apt at working with a range of materials, laser marking is also perfect at operating with a range of object shapes and sizes too. This may be large and simple objects, or it could be small and complex ones.
Precise markings and high quality:
The process leaves extremely precise, accurate and high-quality marks that are easily readable by the human eye and by machines too. The mark is durable and can be easily traced; this is an important quality to have when many parts that are laser marked need to be traced back to their original source. It is also able to work with extremely small measurements, leaving tiny, yet still high-quality, marks. The beams used in this type of process are extremely powerful, reliable and controllable, delivering the quality previously mentioned.
Lower use of consumables:
As well as no service and maintenance times, fiber lasers also have no consumables too. This gives Fiber lasers a significant advantage over other types of laser processes.
Laser marking is an environmentally friendly process. This is because it doesn’t use things such as chemicals or inks found in many of the more traditional marking methods. Lasers, particularly fiber lasers, also use much less electrical energy than these other types of marking processes.