Fly Fiber Laser Marking Machine For Production Line
Type: Fiber Marking Machine
Products Introduction: Our Fly Fiber Laser Marking Machine, tailored for seamless integration into your production line. With rapid marking capabilities and precise positioning, it’s designed to keep pace with high-speed manufacturing. Elevate your production efficiency and traceability with this innovative solution.
- High-Speed Marking: The Fly Fiber Laser Marking Machine is built for rapid production lines, ensuring swift and accurate markings on moving materials. Its advanced technology guarantees consistent quality and readability, even at high speeds.
- Dynamic Positioning: This machine excels in precise marking placement. With dynamic positioning capabilities, it adjusts for variations in material movement, maintaining optimal marking positions and alignment throughout the production process.
- Seamless Integration: Designed to seamlessly fit into your production line, this machine synchronizes with automation systems. Its reliability and adaptability streamline workflows, enabling continuous, uninterrupted marking operations for enhanced efficiency and traceability.
Machine Optional Parts
Laser Wave length
Minimum Line Width
Engraving Line Speed
Graphics,Text,Bar Codes,Two-dimensional Code,Automatically Marking theDate,Batch Number,Serial Number,Frequency,etc.
Graphic Format Supported
Use of the Environment
Clean and Dust Free or Dust less
Working Condition: Humidity
5%-75%,Free of Condensed Water
Laser Module Life
Metals: Fiber laser marking is particularly effective on metals like stainless steel, aluminum, copper, brass, titanium, and more.
Plastics: Many types of plastics, including ABS, acrylic, polycarbonate, and polypropylene, can be marked using fiber lasers.
Ceramics: Fiber lasers can produce intricate markings on ceramics and porcelain items, such as tableware, tiles, and decorative pieces.
Manufacturing: Metal part marking, traceability, and branding are crucial in industries like automotive and electronics.
Medical Devices: Fiber lasers mark surgical instruments, implants, and medical equipment for identification.
Jewelry: Precise engravings on metals like gold and silver offer personalized jewelry options.
Packaging: Barcodes, QR codes, and expiration dates are commonly marked on packaging materials.
Art & Craft: Artists and artisans use fiber lasers for detailed designs on various materials.
Place the machine in a well-ventilated area or use exhaust systems to remove fumes and particles.
Yes, fiber lasers can mark on plastic bottles and containers for branding and identification purposes.
The galvanometer scanner directs and positions the laser beam on the material surface, enabling precise marking.
Yes, fiber lasers can create high-contrast marks on anodized titanium surfaces.
The power consumption can vary depending on the laser source and machine configuration, but it is generally in the range of a few kilowatts.