Laser Markers (OEM Laser Marking Systems)
Laserax manufactures fiber and CO2 laser marking systems that generate high-quality barcodes and serial numbers. Designed for high-speed marking and high-volume production lines, our systems can be integrated at the start of the production process to meet today’s traceability requirements and AIM-DPM specifications—even if the manufacturing process includes surface treatments like shotblasting, e-coating, powder coating or heat treating.
Our experts can help you integrate laser markers into production lines, working with you to design laser marking solutions that meet all laser safety requirements.
OEM Laser Systems for Manufacturers & Integrators
Laserax offers two series of laser systems—solid-state fiber lasers and CO2 lasers—to mark a wide variety of materials. Those two types of systems rely on a non-contact laser technology that functions without consumables, offering high repeatability and low maintenance in automated industrial environments.
Features and Benefits of Our Laser Marking Systems
A Marking Process for Each Application
When you buy a laser marking system, it can either be configured to create deep engravings into the surface (laser engraving), small bumps on the surface (laser etching), or color changes under the surface (laser annealing).
For all applications, the process will depend on the material. To mark stainless steel for example, you can only use laser annealing. But for steel and aluminum, you can choose between laser etching and laser engraving.
To provide the best results, those marking processes are also optimized for each marking application. The parameters consider the material to be marked, the post surface treatments in the manufacturing process (if any), the cycle time, the information to be encoded, and much more.
This optimization generates a high contrast, minimizes the marking time and creates the most resistant marks. It’s then no surprise that laser markers are the most versatile direct part marking solutions on the market.
Contact us, our laser experts will help you decide whether you need a laser annealing, a laser etching, or a laser engraving machine.