Laser Marking

An ink-free process which produces a permanent rub-fast, solvent resistant, scratch proof mark with no waste, and is free of flammable or volatile solvents and their subsequent disposal.
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Laser marking is a low-cost method of adding text, logos, and graphics on component surface. Laser marking is what happens when the beam interacts with the surface of a material, slightly altering its properties or appearance.

What is Laser Marking used for?

This process typically use on applying labels such as serial numbers, part numbers or adding logos on components surface. We apply marking on various industries components.

High-end Electronics: For quality assurance with permanent codes and alpha-numeric characters on header, terminals, switches and others.

Automotive industry: The laser marked codes for traceability of automotive components and assemblies.

Aerospace industry: Datamatrix codes on all strategic component parts, such as turbine components.

Medical industry: A machine-readable codes on medical or dental instruments components.

What metals can be Laser Marking?

For almost any metals, our fiber laser machines provide readable marks quickly and efficiently. This process ideal for engraving all types of metal surfaces, such as aluminum, steel, stainless steel, brass and other alloys.
Laser marking in details

Practical uses of laser marking

Overview

Laser marking is often used to implement traceability and identification of components. This makes it possible to track and trace parts from the beginning to the end of the manufacturing process, or even identify which supplier made these components. The most common forms of part identification are data matrix codes, QR codes, and alphanumeric serial numbers. We often apply laser marking on aluminum, steel and stainless steel turned parts.

Aluminum

Since aluminum surfaces have a high thermal conductivity, fiber lasers can mark them at a high temperature and create deep marks in the bare aluminum to ensure that the markings can be read after they’re anodized. AL 6061 is the most common laser marked alloys, but all aluminum types can be marked. Some typical aluminum parts we applied such as flanges, knobs, and more

Steel

Steel is a hard material that requires longer marking times than other metals. However, the marking speed can be increased by creating white marks instead of black ones. White marks contrast well with the bare steel color for most steel types. We can laser mark any steel alloy, including anodized steel, carbon steel and tool steel. Some typical steel parts we applied such as plates, bodies, cap, and more

Stainless Steel

Laser marking is most often used to mark stainless steel grades SUS 304 and 316, but it can be used to mark any grade. Some typical stainless steel parts we applied such as: port housing, and other automotive parts

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Plating

Designed for endurance and wear able to withstand harsh conditions to protect and strengthen machined parts.
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Anodizing

Protects against corrosion, enhances aesthetic qualities, resists scratching and is one of the most durable surface finishes available.
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Hardening

Defines the quality of a product in terms of microstructure, mechanical properties, residual stress, and dimensional accuracy.
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Cleaning & Polishing

Performs component cleaning and polishing services to ensure the appropriate final finish is achieved.