Process: Laser Marking
Detailed Application View
The parts were marked with a 20 watt q-switched ytterbium fiber laser and 160 mm focal length lens. The parts were surface etched to remove a layer of material and create a brightly contrasting mark.
Material: Green Ceramic
Power: 14 Watts
Method used: Surface Etching
Frequency: 35 kHz
Speed: 10 inch/sec
Laser Type: Q-Switched Fiber Laser
Focal Length Lens: 160mm
Cycle Time: Large Text – 1.82 seconds
Small Text – 0.21 seconds
Recommended Laser Systems: Fiber Laser Engraving Machine
Fiber Tower™ Series is the new generation of Fiber Laser Material Processing Systems for Direct Parts Marking, UID Marking (Unique Identifier), and Deep Engraving. It is the most advanced, compact, industrial grade, mid size, Fiber Laser Engraving Machine available on the market. Fiber Tower™ series employs the new generation of solid state Ytterbium fiber laser systems of near infrared spectral range (1060-1080nm) with a unique combination of high peak power, ideal beam quality, fiber delivery and highest electro-optical wall-plug efficiency
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The i-Series Fiber Laser Marking Kit was specifically designed for maintenance-free OEM applications. It delivers a diffraction limited (M2<1.05) laser beam directly to the worksite via a metal sheathed single mode fiber cable.
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