Split Fiber Laser Marking Machine
Type: Fiber Marking Machine
Products Introduction: With its modular design, it separates the laser source from the marking head, allowing flexible integration and remote marking. Ideal for industries requiring adaptable solutions for intricate markings on diverse materials. Elevate your efficiency and accuracy.
- Modular Versatility: The Split Fiber Laser Marking Machine redefines flexibility with its modular design. By separating the laser source and marking head, it offers seamless integration into various setups, including hard-to-reach spaces, robotic arms, and conveyor systems.
- Remote Marking Precision: This machine’s split configuration enables remote marking capabilities, enhancing accessibility and reducing downtime. Its advanced fiber laser technology guarantees high-quality, precise markings on materials ranging from metals to plastics.
- Enhanced Efficiency: With its adaptable structure, this machine optimizes workflow efficiency. Operators can position the marking head remotely, streamlining processes and minimizing material handling. From manufacturing to automation, achieve exceptional results with the Split Fiber Laser Marking Machine.
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.
Fiber lasers offer non-contact marking, high precision, and faster processing times compared to methods like mechanical engraving.
Fiber laser marking machines use air or water cooling systems to dissipate excess heat generated during operation.
Adjust the focus distance using the focal length and spot size to achieve the desired marking quality.
Yes, fiber lasers can be easily integrated into automated production lines for seamless marking processes.
Fiber laser machines support various fonts, vector graphics, and logos in formats like DXF and AI.