Process: Laser Annealing
Detailed Application View
|| Various metals
| Method Used:
|| anneal, etch
|| 7-15 inches per second
| Laser Type:
|| 20 Watt Q-Switch Fiber Laser
| Lens Focal Length:
|| Cycle Time:
|| 7.4-11.4 seconds
Samples were processed using a 50 watt Q-switched fiber laser through a 254mm F-theta lens. Logo parameters: Large logo-70% power,7 inches per second,35kHz, 1 pass, at 10.7 second cycle time. Medium logo-70% power,7 inches per second,35kHz, 1 pass, at 7.4 second cycle time. Small logo-70% power,7 inches per second,35kHz, 2 pass, at 11.4 second cycle time. Etched logo-98% power,15 inches per second,35kHz, 2 pass, at 10.8 second cycle time.
Recommended Laser Systems: OEM Fiber Laser Marking Kit
The i-Series Fiber Laser was specifically designed for maintenance-free OEM Integration into conveyer lines. Fiber architecture means a robust, monolithic design with no optics to align or maintain, no mechanics to stabilize, and 50,000 of hours MTBF.
Fiber Laser Marking Kit
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.
These compact service-free lasers are designed to operate under high shock, vibration and dust conditions, with relatively high humidity and temperatures. They do not require routine replacement parts or materials. Wall-plug efficiencies up to 50% result in a compact size, reduced utilities, and trouble-free air cooling.
Fiber-to-fiber architecture means a robust, monolithic design with no optics to align or maintain, no mechanics to stabilize, and with the focusable power and high power densities needed for the most demanding applications. One cable connection makes it easy to integrate into any laser marking and engraving system.