Key Benefits:

· Lasers to mark Silicon, Copper, Ceramic and Integrated Circuit packages

· Mil-Spec/ UID tracking compatible

· Custom GUI (graphical user interface) for operators

· Low power laser marking for sensitive components

· Application Specific Nameplate marking software

Laser marking is used to mark semiconductors, circuit breaker parts, metal and plastic housings, and other surface-mount devices (SMDs). These electrical components are ubiquitous, enabling a wide range of everyday products from smartphones to circuit breakers in the home, the electronics in your car, and even the satellites orbiting in outer space. Laser marking of electronic components delivers benefits for projects of all sizes and can be adapted into all manufacturing lines. RMI Laser marking systems are a powerful tool that can be used to mark most industrial materials such as metals, plastics, ceramics and painted and coated surfaces.

RMI Specializes in Laser Marking of Plastic Components

The electronics industry utilizes a wide range of highly engineered electronics-grade plastics including: Polypropylene, Polyethylene, Polycarbonates, Polyoxymethylene, Polystyrene, HPDE, Vespel® Polyimide among others. For laser marking on these materials, industry standard fiber lasers can often be too powerful and “hot” resulting in melted and scalded parts. 

RMI laser marking systems based on our in-house DPSS (diode pumped solid state) technology offer superior marking performance on most plastics due to their shorter laser pulse widths which result in a “cooler” mark when compared to fiber lasers. RMI offers both Nd:YAG and Nd:YVO4 laser marking systems for many plastic applications. For special plastics that do not absorb the 1064nm beam generated by either fiber or YAG/YVO4 laser marking systems, they can turn to a “green” laser marker operating at 532nm such as RMI’s model U-5G.

Green Laser Marking Systems

Our 532nm Green laser marking systems are capable of meeting the standards of semiconductor marking applications.

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