1.UV Laser Marking Machine:
a) Wavelength: UV laser marking machines operate at shorter wavelengths (around 355 nm). The shorter wavelength allows for high precision and fine markings on a wide range of materials, including plastics, glass, ceramics, and certain metals.
b) Materials: Ideal for marking on transparent or translucent materials, sensitive plastics, glass, and materials that fluoresce or react to UV light.
c) Advantages: High precision, minimal heat generation, excellent contrast, and suitability for delicate and heat-sensitive materials.
d) Applications: Used in electronics, medical devices, glassware, jewelry, and automotive industries, among others.
2.CO2 Laser Marking Machine:
a) Wavelength: CO2 laser marking machines operate at longer wavelengths (around 10,600 nm). The longer wavelength makes them suitable for marking on non-metallic materials.
b) Materials: Ideal for marking on wood, acrylic, leather, certain plastics, paper, fabrics, and other non-metallic materials.
c) Advantages: High-speed marking, versatility for various non-metallic materials, and suitability for large-scale industrial applications.
d) Applications: Used in the packaging, arts and crafts, leather goods, and wood industries, among others.
3.Fiber Laser Marking Machine:
a) Wavelength: Fiber laser marking machines operate in the near-infrared range (typically around 1064 nm). They provide a good balance between wavelength versatility and marking capabilities.
b) Materials: Ideal for marking on metals, stainless steel, aluminum, copper, brass, and various engineered materials.
c) Advantages: High marking speed, excellent marking depth, good beam quality, and high durability of markings on metal surfaces.
d) Applications: Widely used in metalworking industries, automotive, aerospace, electronics, and tools manufacturing.