Laser Systems for Direct Part Marking in Manufacturing-Doris

Laser Systems for Direct Part Marking in Manufacturing

A Range of Uses of marking in manufacturing

These methods of direct part marking are use in various applications. Industrial engineering, data matrix and barcodes are design to the lifetime of the component,a major reason for laser engraving them onto the parts.

The marks are use to track movement of the components or conduct inventory stock checks.

The marks are use in track and trace, anti-counterfeit operations and banking applications.

Two-dimensional barcodes are use extensively in retail sales,

one-dimensional codes are use for purposes, motor vehicle VIN numbers.

marking in manufacturing

marking in manufacturing

The Medical UID Program

The 2007 FDA Amendments Act established the Unique Device Identification (UID) system.

Under this law, every device and its sub-components require labeling with a mark, which enables tracking

of their lot and serial numbers through the medical community. The program’s purpose is to address

security and efficiency issues in the healthcare supply chain, reduce errors in medication, prevent

counterfeiting and facilitate medical product recalls. A similar program is in use by the Department of

Defense to enable tractability for all serially managed parts that are “sensitive and pilfer-able.”

Benefits of Using Laser Engraving

Benefits of laser-engraved direct part marking include:

  • It’s not only permanent, it’s very difficult to intentionally remove. This makes it ideal for identifying components that have a high value and need to be protect.
  • Bar-codes are easy to read using a range of systems, including mobile applications
  • Laser engraving of marks enables very small sizes to be use with a high level of fidelity.
    Direct part marking is a reliable method of identifying manufactured components and it’s here to stay.
  • Laser engraving equipment works well to deliver high fidelity marks for most applications, depending on
  • the material the parts are make from. Parts used in “safety critical” applications high
  • pressure/stress systems and aircraft engineering require a non-intrusive method
  • of direct part marking, which isn’t always as efficient as laser marking or engraving.
marking in manufacturing

marking in manufacturing

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How to chose the Fiber Laser Marking Machine in market?–Part One –Doris

If your company is in the manufacturing, electronics, or even medical sectors, sooner or later, all kinds metal and most plastic, you will require laser marking for your products and components. The best solution for this is a fiber laser marking machine. The non-contact fiber laser marking process is well-known among customers for the following reasons:



*High-temperature resistance

*Application to various materials

*No need for toxic inks, solvents, or acids

How to chose a fiber laser marking machine in market?

Only simply understanding the advantages of fiber lasers is not enough. There are other factors that you need to consider.

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Factors for Choosing a Fiber Laser Marking Machine:

The following are parameters specific to the laser source, which you need to keep in mind when choosing a fiber laser marking machine.

Beam Quality: Beam quality is an important parameter, as it affects the laser’s processing capability. The reasons for the importance of beam quality are simple:

*A laser with better beam quality can remove material much faster, with better resolution, and improved quality.

*Laser markers with high beam quality can produce a focused optical spot size down to 20 microns or smaller.

*High beam quality lasers are particularly suited for scribing and cutting materials such as silicon, aluminum, and stainless steel.

Single or Multi-mode Lasers: There are two types of fiber lasers – single mode and multi-mode. Single mode fiber lasers deliver a narrow, high intensity beam that can be focused down to a spot size as small as 20 microns, and are generated within a fiber core of less than 25 microns. This high intensity is ideal for cutting, micro machining, and fine laser marking applications. Multi-mode lasers (also called higher order mode), use fibers with core diameters greater than 25 microns. This results in a beam with a lower intensity, and large spot size.Single mode lasers have the best beam quality, while multi-mode lasers allow for the processing of large components.

Mark Resolution: The type of fiber laser machine you choose will determine its mark resolution capabilities. The machine should be able to achieve a sufficient mark size and quality. Fiber laser marking machines generally consist of 1064nm lasers, which provide resolutions up to 18 microns.
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