Finally there is a laser engraving solution developed specifically for the needs of the mold making professional. Laser marking is widely employed on large scale for part identification and traceability. Lasers mark a wide race of materials that include metals, nonmetals, ceramics, plastics, organics and semiconductors, just to name a few. Laser engraving is the fastest and most flexible method used to mark alphanumeric, graphic, logos, barcodes, and even images.
Anneal marking, engraving, soft marking are some techniques used to achieve desired marking results. The good absorption properties of most materials at near IR wavelengths make fiber lasers very attractive for laser marking applications. The beam quality, compact design, and maintenance free operation are of particular interest.
- Option 1 83% 83%
- Option 2 90% 90%
- Option 3 69% 69%
WHICH LASER TYPE IS RIGHT
Though customers still utilize YAG lasers in manufacturing, this laser design is becoming obsolete because the bulbs have a short life and require frequent replacement. They are inefficient and create a large amount of heat, therefore requiring water cooling measures. These problems make the flash lamp/YAG laser very maintenance intensive.
The many pros of a fiber laser include:
- Highest beam quality
- Air cooled with high ambient air temperature operating capabilities
- Very efficient with low power consumption
- Longest diode life (Up to 100,000 hours)
- Extended warranties over other technologies (TYKMA 3-year warranty)
- MOPA design of TYKMA fibers allows for maximum application flexibility
- High peak power and long pulse durations are good for high-speed aggressive marking and deep engraving applications
- Easy to integrate and service
|Technical Data||LWI V FSS 150 W|
|laser safety class||4|
|beam source||FSS FullSolidState Fibrelaser, Diodes|
|max. pulse energy||15 joule|
|max. peak power||1,5 kW|
|max. average power||150 W|
|energy adjustment mode||current|
|voltage||10 – 100 %|
|pulse width||0,1 – 50 ms /cw|
|pulse frequency||1-100 hz|
|PWM mode||1 – 100 %|
|focal length||190 mm|
|beam diameter||100 µm – 2mm, motorized beam-expander|
|microscope||Leica binocular, oculars magnification 20x|
|illumination of workplace||dual LED cold-light, switchable|
|parameter settings memory||50 settings, individual named|
|energy measurement system||integrated|
|controller||multi-controller-system, self-diagnostic-system, plaintext for maintenance and status messages|
|shielding gas supply||flexible nozzle, adjustable gas delay|
|cooling system||integrated, closed, temperature controlled fan|
|electrical supply||1 phase, 90-250V, 50/60 hz|
|power consumption||800 W|
Lower Electrical Consumption
Superior Beam Quality
State of the art laser technology allows for a beam quality to which surpasses that of a conventional lamp and diode pumped laser engravers. This translates into a high performance tool for all of your engraving and marking applications.
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