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The Basics of Laser Safety... For Open-Air Enclosure

By Normand Lemieux on April 13, 2018

As a smelting, a die-casting or extrusion professional, are you considering the use of laser direct part marking to improve traceability? Laserax’s open-air laser marking system may be the solution...

Process Control with Laser Direct Part Marking by Arick Kaschalk

By Normand Lemieux on April 03, 2018

Hear what Arick Kaschalk from Visi-Trak, a leading provider of monitoring and control solutions to the die casting industry, has to say about the burning subjects of the hour for diecasters:...

The Challenges of Direct Part Marking (DPM) and Post Process Treatments

By Normand Lemieux on March 08, 2018

We have been saying for quite some time now that laser Direct Part Marking (DPM) is the sturdiest way to implement a traceability system. We have put our beliefs to the test, and the results are in....

Marking Stainless Steel Parts Using a Laser Workstation

By Normand Lemieux on February 27, 2018

Automotive stainless steel parts are often subjected to temperature cycling, to salt and humidity. The ability to mark the parts without reducing their thickness or adding unnecessary nooks and...

The Basics of Safety for Sealed Laser Enclosures

By Normand Lemieux on January 24, 2018

One of the most common uses of lasers is, you guessed it, office laser printing. As a matter of fact, laser diodes can be found in your regular run-of-the-mill office printer. You probably never...

Industrial Traceability: Barcodes and 2D Codes

By Normand Lemieux on January 17, 2018

https://blog.laserax.com/ebook-industrial-traceability-laser-marking-0Laser Direct Part Marking (LDPM) is the identification of individual parts (or bundle of parts) with unique identifiers. The identifiers are marked directly onto the products. Download the guide:...

Laserax's Versatile Handheld Laser Cleaner

By Normand Lemieux on January 11, 2018

Laserax’s mobile laser cleaner can be used to clean weld, remove paint or rust, and for other surface preparation procedures. It requires no consumables and little to no maintenance over it entire...

The Basics of Laser Safety

By Normand Lemieux on January 04, 2018

Nobody expects that the intensity required to tear speckles of metal from a part to be harmless to humans. But you might not expect that the reflections of the laser beam might be harmful to humans...

Laser Automation of an Industrial Laser Marking System

By Normand Lemieux on December 18, 2017

High-power lasers, such as those used for marking, cleaning and cutting applications, when they are encased in a properly designed enclosure become 100% safe for workers and passersby. In this video,...