MOPA Fiber Laser Marking Machine For Color Engraving
Type: Fiber Marking Machine
Products Introduction: Your gateway to vibrant color engraving. Unleash creativity on metals, plastics, and more with customizable hues and precision. Perfect for industries seeking distinctive branding and aesthetics. Elevate your designs with the artistry of color, powered by technology.
- Versatile Color Palette: The MOPA Fiber Laser Marking Machine redefines engraving with a broad spectrum of customizable colors. Experience the freedom to mark metals, plastics, and other materials with eye-catching, vibrant shades that capture attention and enhance branding.
- Precision and Depth: This machine boasts exceptional control over color intensity and engraving depth, allowing for intricate designs and sharp contrasts. From logos to artistic patterns, achieve stunning results that leave a lasting impression.
- Enhanced Material Compatibility: With its MOPA laser source, the machine accommodates a wider range of materials, ensuring outstanding color results on surfaces that were previously challenging to mark. From jewelry to electronics, explore new possibilities in color engraving.
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.
Optimizing marking quality involves adjusting laser parameters, focusing the beam correctly, and ensuring the material surface is clean.
Yes, fiber lasers can mark on uneven surfaces, but the focus distance may need to be adjusted accordingly.
Pulsed fiber lasers emit short bursts of energy, ideal for engraving and marking, while continuous wave lasers are better suited for cutting.
Yes, fiber laser marking machines are commonly used for marking medical devices for identification and traceability purposes.
Look for CE and FDA certifications to ensure the machine meets safety and regulatory standards.