Rubber laser marking
Laser marking on rubber can be obtained with either a CO2 or a fiber laser source. The laser choice will depend on the application requirements. Generally, the fiber laser is used to generate a high contrast mark. The CO2 laser is more often use for deep etching or engraving into the rubber.Ask an expert
Why use laser for rubber marking ?
Fast and reliable technology
Laser marking allows to efficiently and rapidly mark an identifier on a rubber surface in harsh environments.
Robust and permanent markings
Laser marked identifiers on a rubber surface can withstand heavy salt spray and intense UV exposure.
Low maintenance, no consumables
Laser marking systems for rubber are very low maintenance and consumable free.
Repeatable high contrasts marks
Laser markings on rubber allows to generate a high contrast marking.
Rubber laser marking
Rubber is an important material used in the automotive industry. Pulsed fiber laser can be used to generate a high contrast marking on a rubber surface. The identifier will generally appear white or gray regardless of the base color of the irradiated rubber. Such marking on rubber can be done quite fast. If etching or deep engraving is desired, a CO2 laser will be the laser of choice. In both cases, a proper fume extraction system is required to move the fumes away from the working area.
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