Laser Marking

Laser Markers or Dot Peen Marking: What to Choose and Why
By Keven Tremblay on October 04, 2021

Manufacturers who need permanent markings for traceability typically have two options: dot peen marking or laser marking. Between these two technologies, the choice is not always easy.

Three Laser Marking Technologies for Your Unique Applications
By Arthur Perret on July 23, 2021

Every capital investment is a huge decision, and buying a laser marking machine is no exception. Despite the high initial cost, the investment is worth every penny for a growing number of manufacturers.

How Does Laser Engraving Work?
By Jerome Landry on July 16, 2021

Laser engraving is a process that vaporizes materials into fumes to engrave permanent, deep marks. The laser beam acts as a chisel, incising marks by removing layers from the surface of the material. The laser hits localized areas with massive levels of energy to generate the high heat required for vaporization.

Laser Etching & Laser Engraving: Which One Should You Choose?
By Guillaume Robert on July 16, 2021

If you are relatively new to laser technology, you are probably wondering what’s the difference between laser engraving and laser etching. And more importantly, which one is right for you.

Deep Laser Engraving: How It Works and What You Need
By Alex Fraser on January 27, 2021

Deep laser engraving is a process that uses a highly focused beam of light to engrave 3D forms into metals. Pulsed fiber lasers are the best tools for deep engraving because they reach the high peak power needed to carve metal surfaces. 

How to Choose the Best Fiber Laser Engraver
By Jerome Landry on September 09, 2020

Knowing how to choose the right laser engraver for your application is not that complicated. If you are willing to learn just the basics of fiber laser engraving, you can quickly identify what you need.

What Is Industrial Laser Ablation?
By Xavier Godmaire on September 02, 2020

Laser ablation occurs when a laser beam removes material from a localized area. Used in various industrial applications, this process can create permanent marks (laser marking), remove contaminants and coatings from surfaces (laser cleaning), modify a part’s roughness (laser texturing), cut through a surface (laser cutting) and much more.

Laser Etching: Everything You Need to Know
By Jerome Landry on August 04, 2020

Because of its speed and durability, laser etching is the process that we recommend for most marking applications.

How Does Laser Marking Work in 5 Steps
By Jerome Landry on September 17, 2019

Laser marking is the process of marking parts or workpieces using laser technology. A laser beam hits the material, and its energy creates a reaction that leaves a permanent mark.