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Laser Marking & Engraving Machines

If you need to add part identification to your manufacturing process, Laserax offers a wide range of CO2 and fiber laser marking machines for industrial applications. They can be used to mark codes, logos and text on a wide range of materials, including metals, plastics and more.

To offer you a turnkey laser marking solution, all our manual and automated machines can include a 100% safe laser enclosure, active dust and fume management, integrated barcode validation, and remote support functionalities. They are also equipped with our high-speed lasers to keep up with short production cycles.   



Manually Loaded Fiber Laser Marking Machines 

Optimized to mark plastics and metals, these manually loaded machines are typically used in standalone operations with little or no automation. If needed, they can be installed inline and connected to your PLCs, ERPs and SCADA systems. They can also be transformed into automated solutions with minimal upgrade.  

  • Flex Laser Marking Workstation

    As a simple yet flexible manually loaded machine, the Flex workstation allows you to pick the features you need from our advanced laser technology while minimizing your investment for part traceability.  

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  • Rotary Table Marking Workstation

    The Rotary Table workstation offers the highest throughput of all manually loaded laser machines. It does so by optimizing the operator’s time, who triggers table rotations and loads parts during laser marking.  

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Automated Inline Fiber Laser Marking Machines 

Our robot and conveyor solutions can be implemented inline and are low maintenance. You can integrate them at any stage of the production process, even in harsh environments with high heat, dust, and oil. Each machine is designed to address specific challenges, such as short cycle times, multiple part marking, space optimization, or part positioning variations. 

  • Rotary Laser Marking Machine 

    Made for challenging marking requirements, the Rotary Table machine optimizes the cycle time by marking in hidden time. This frees up the robot arm, giving it enough time to load parts on the visible side of the rotary table. 

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  • Open-Air Laser Marking Machine

    Easy to install in existing production lines, the Open Air machine is ideal to reuse an existing robot that performs multiple operations in a sequence. No fixtures are needed, as the robot holds parts during the marking process. When equipped with a vision system, this machine can easily mark multiple parts and cavities.  

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  • Automated door laser marking machine

    Automated Door Laser Marking Machine 

    As our most flexible solution, the door machine allows you to position markings anywhere and lets the robot load parts from any direction. It is ideal if the robot can perform other tasks during the marking operation.

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  • Conveyor Laser Marking Machine 

    Adapted to your conveyor system, the conveyor marking machine manages part positioning variations automatically, allowing you to precisely mark moving parts on the fly or parts that are stopped for another process.   

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CO2 Laser Marking Machines 

The CO2 laser markers that power our machines are optimized for thin and flat materials such as fabrics, plastics and rubber. You can discover how our machines can be customized for your application by speaking with an expert.  

Industrial Laser Marking Applications & Videos 

Manufacturers all over the world use industrial lasers to mark serial numbers, data matrix codes, QR codes and logos on their parts and products. At Laserax, we offer high-quality fiber lasers to mark metals. For plastics and organic materials, we offer both fiber and CO2 laser machines.  


Laser Marking of Automotive Parts 

Parts such as aluminum die castings often need to comply with traceability regulations to ensure that automotive OEMs manage potential recalls effectively. Since laser marking creates high-contrast and permanent marks, it is widely used to meet these requirements.   

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Laser Etching of Aluminum Ingots 

Laser direct part marking generates permanent and detailed identifiers on ingots, sows, slabs, billets and so on. It has already replaced printed labels in many primary metal smelting plants.  

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Fiber Laser Engraving Machines

If part traceability requires resistance to abrasion, a fiber laser engraver is the solution. With deep engraving, you can engrave VIN numbers and shotblast resistant codes.  

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Laser Etching of Steel 

Oxide layers that form on steel usually need to be removed before applying a permanent mark. The resulting white background is ideal to improve contrast and obtain high-quality marks.  

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Laser Annealing of Stainless Steel 

Stainless steel needs to be laser annealed to protect its chromium oxide layer and prevent rust from getting into the metal. This marking process creates a permanent laser mark through a chemical reaction under the surface.  

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Laser Marking of Plastics and Polymers   

Plastics like PVC and polyethylene can be marked using a fiber or a CO2 laser marker, as different types of plastics need different wavelengths. Performing tests based on the marking requirements helps determine the best type of laser for each application.   

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Benefits of Laser Marking Machines


  • Leaser beam for traceability

    Improve Your Traceability Capabilities

    Laser technology can help you maintain traceability in a challenging environment, create permanent markings or replace a low-contrast technology. Through ablation, our laser marking systems generate high-contrast identifiers optimized for your material. Identifiers can even remain readable through various abrasive and non-abrasive post treatments.   

  • Low maintenance for laser marking machines

    Lower Inline Maintenance

    Every minute that production operations are stopped costs money. Laser machines help you keep downtime to a minimum because they use a non-contact process that functions without consumables. This means that they need to be stopped less often for maintenance than other marking technologies like dot peening and inkjet printing.  

  • Cycle times safe with laser marking conveyor

    Keep Up with Short Cycle Times

    Capable of meeting the most challenging cycle times, the laser beams that mark your parts are backed by up to 500W of laser power. You can choose from various machines based on your marking time requirements. Our most efficient machine is the Rotary Table Laser Marking Machine.

  • Gaurantee  100000 hours of operations

    Operate for 100,000 Hours

    When buying a machine, its expected operating life is an important consideration to get the best return on investment. Our machines are equipped with a high-quality laser source that keeps them running 24/7 for at least 10 years with the same marking quality and low maintenance.  

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