Deep engraving is one of your many options with laser marking systems. Most users don’t need deep engraving
CO2 lasers are the original. They were one of the earliest lasers to be invented and they are
Laser annealing is a metal marking technique where a metal’s surface is slowly heated and cooled to change
While wading through the many laser marking systems currently on the market, it can be a challenge to determine which systems are designed, manufactured and supported in the USA versus those that are actually imported and simply rebranded in the USA.
If you’re shopping for a laser marking system, purchasing equipment that comes with its own easy-to-use, flexible and customizable software can be a real gamechanger. In this blog, we’ll explain why this is the case, plus fill you in on some things you need to consider before you buy.
RMI Laser announces the availability of a new Fiber Laser Series, designed for marking on metals and plastics while still being able to deep engrave.
No doubt fiber laser marking machines are the most common choice in the industry today due to their monolithic design, close to diffraction limited beam quality, low operational cost and large average power capabilities. In the engraving sector, fiber lasers can achieve depth of the mark with ease while delivering maintenance-free operation for tens of thousands of hours.