Our lasers can be used to quickly and permanently mark graphic designs, 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.
With the TTL and Reflex vision systems, you can easily carry out laser cutting, marking and engraving with extreme accuracy and precision.
Laser engraving on wood offers maximum flexibility and versatility compared to punches and hot moulds. Great precision in cutting profiles without producing chips, no contact and high definition of the contents marked.
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.
It can create 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 (e.g. Data Matrix codes).
Laser marking is a fast process offering unparalleled quality, it allows creating different types of markings (e.g. serial numbers, logos, codes) in extremely short timeframes without having to re-fit the machine.
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.
It does not involve any costs for consumables such as inks, pastes or sprays and no costs for their expensive disposal. No prior or subsequent treatment is required. The equipment has no wear and tear problems.
Our laser cutting systems are ideal solutions for cutting and engraving of different material thicknesses and combinations in a single process step. Laser cutting on woods is the best solution if one wants to carry out extremely fine contours, practically radius-free inner contours, and to have no chips produced during this process.