The CO2 source is the best solution for marking on organic materials such as glass, leather, wood and paper.
Our CO2 lasers can be used quickly and permanently to mark alphanumerics, logos, and bar codes into a variety of materials at high speed. Among the outstanding features offered by laser marking are improved reliability and productivity respect to conventional solutions such as inkjet printing.
During the laser marking process, the surface of the material stays uniform: the tone is achieved not via removal but by the localized heating of the material.
Laser engraving on wood is the process by which material is removed from the top surface down to a specified depth thanks to tight control over laser modulation. In the case of laser engraving on wood, the effect depends on which type of wood should be engraved. For example, while a maple plaque may give you a lighter engraving, cherry could appear darker and richer in colour. A wood engraver provides the user with extreme flexibility and the ability to refine the components with very high quality results.
Laser marking on glass is performed with a fine laser beam and a rotating axis, even the most detailed pictures, as well as texts and logos can very easily be applied. This application is typically used for the manufacture of glassware for the gastronomy and housekeeping sectors as well as wines and spirits market. Typical marking contents are company logos as well as calibration marks.
Genuine leather, as well as many imitation leather varieties, are suitable for processing with a laser. When laser engraving on leather is performed, motifs, letters and designs are burnt into the material.
Laser cutting provides extremely precise cutting edges with no fraying of the material. Common applications involve fashion personalization, finishing leather products with logos and designs, engraving leather bracelets, shoes, purses and book covers.