CO2 Laser Marking Machine With Conveyor Belt
Type: CO2 Marking Machine
Products Introduction: Its integrated conveyor system enables continuous marking of various materials. With variable marking speeds and batch capabilities, it’s perfect for industries demanding automated precision for high-volume marking tasks, streamlining production with consistent quality.
- Integrated Conveyor System: The built-in conveyor belt facilitates continuous and automated marking, streamlining production and minimizing manual intervention for improved efficiency.
- Variable Marking Speed: The machine allows for adjustable marking speeds, accommodating different materials and marking requirements. This flexibility ensures optimal results and consistent quality across various substrates.
- Batch Marking Capability: The conveyor system enables batch marking of multiple items in a single run, increasing throughput and reducing production time. This feature is ideal for industries that require high-volume marking tasks.
Machine Optional Parts
Wave length of laser
Laser output power
Water cooling /Air cooling
AC220V/ 50Hz/2kVA, AC110V/ 60Hz
PLT, BMP, DXF, JPG, TIF, AI etc
wood, MDF, balsa, timber, veneer, plywood, bamboo, acrylic, crystal, glass, plexiglass, mirror glass, textiles, garments plastics, PMMA, paper, cardboard, foam, foils and films, packaging film, PES, Laminate sheet, double color board/plate, granite, marble, slate, leather, rubber, ceramic and other nonmetal materials.
advertisement, arts and crafts, gifts, printing and packaging, leather industry, garment cloths industry, model industry, gravestone/combstone industry, photographic sutio industry, computerized embroidery and clipping, paper industry and decoration industry.
CO2 lasers are used for marking logos, product information, and QR codes on electronic devices and components.
Yes, CO2 lasers can mark on anodized aluminum surfaces, creating high-contrast marks.
CO2 laser marking is generally environmentally friendly, but proper disposal of materials may be required for certain applications.
CO2 lasers are not suitable for marking medical implants, as they may generate excessive heat and affect the implant’s properties.
CO2 lasers offer non-contact marking, high precision, and the ability to mark on a wide range of materials.