Thanks to its many advantages, the use of laser marking on medical instruments is very common and widespread in the medical industry.
Laser marking devices allow you to mark your medical device or instrument with any type of code (barcodes, data matrix codes, serial numbers, etc.) and to use markings as an anti-counterfeit measure by providing all information required to comply with UDI (Unique Device Identification) or MDR (Medical Device Regulation) standards.
NOI in partnership with Lasit can provide you with the perfect systems for laser markings on techno-medical components manufactured in series, with particular care to the characteristics of temperature-sensitive materials.
Laser marking is permanent and non-toxic. Medical devices can be engraved with logos, serial numbers, barcodes and QR Code so as to have their own unique identifier. Results are non-intrusive and devoid of corrosion phenomena.
The DataMatrix code, in particular, is widely used in the medical sector, due to its ability to contain a huge amount of data in a very small space and its resistance to wear, making it durable and almost impossible to damage.
Mark and engrave logos, any type of alphanumeric writing, barcodes, progressive numbers, designs, data matrixes and graphics, from the most simple to the most complex.
Product traceability is forever guaranteed because laser marking on metals is permanent and resists both wear and contact with acids or heat.
Laser marking can achieve small, detailed geometric shapes with the utmost precision. You can combine marking processes to clean the material after processing or to give the marking greater contrast.
Laser marking does not compromise the hygiene of the medical component. Results are smooth and free of grooves, washing with highly alkaline substances and high-temperature sterilization do not in any way affect the markings.
On many types of metal it is possible to achieve completely seamless and indelible markings: the tone is in fact achieved not via removal but rather through localized heating of the material.
Laser achieves permanent, non-corrosive, non-toxic and safe results. LASIT laser marking systems are fast and flexible and are widely used to treat materials in the medical industry such as polymers, stainless steel, titanium and other metal alloys.
Laser marking on metal and medical plastic complies with all traceability parameters, including:
A Unique Device Identification code is applied to medical devices to ensure traceability for the benefit of both manufacturers and patients.
A unique identifier is often mandatory and ensures compliance with quality and regulatory requirements.