INLINE THROUGH-CONVEYOR LASER ENCLOSURES
Our inline laser markers are a safe laser solution that can be fitted on most automated conveyor systems. It is designed for Class 1 applications. It is safe to the point that your staff won’t need any extra personal protective equipment.
Laserax lasers can mark ferrous materials like iron, steel and stainless steel or non-ferrous metals such as magnesium, aluminum, lead and copper. With lasers rated between 20 and 100 watts, we offer the widest range of power levels in the industry. Our laser systems meet most requirements for automated production.
Our through-conveyor inline laser systems incorporate the following features:
- Designed for Class 1 applications
- Automated laser marking system
- Can be adapted to most conveyor types
- No consumables are required
- Requires little to no maintenance
Advantages of our inline laser enclosure
Laserax’s enclosed laser marker for conveyors are designed for Class 1 applications. They are among the safest laser systems in the industry. People working with this laser system or close to it will not require personal safety equipment. They won’t have to take any special precautions.
The inline laser markers were developed to withstand the most demanding industrial environments.
Laserax enclosures for conveyors are particularly well adapted to inline operations in “stop and go” mode. They can also be used for marking parts on the fly on high-speed production lines. Contact our laser experts for more information on this functionality.
The inline laser enclosures for conveyors can be used with robots or positioning jigs, but you can also rely on Laserax’s vision system to adapt the laser parameters to the position and geometry of the parts. Laserax LXQ 3D Vision produces the best and most consistent marking results.
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Products and options
The Laserax enclosures for conveyors are available for the following laser products
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