Telesis Technologies’ EVC diode-pumped laser marking system offers an average diode life of more than 25,000 working hours for increased reliability and decreased cost of ownership. It is designed for high-quality, high-speed marking on a variety of materials, including metals, plastics and composites, and is well-suited for delicate and sensitive electronics components and medical instruments, the company says.
The system features a Q-switched Nd: YVO4 end-pumped laser design with a remote fiber-coupled diode-pump source. A robust mechanical, optical design enables the laser to operate in an industrial environment where shock, vibration and dust are a concern. Its small footprint eases integration into both manual offline and automated online configurations for automotive, aerospace, medical and industrial marking applications.
Other features include deep focal tolerance; a small beam diameter; no-chiller air cooling; stable output power; and DOD compliance. The system also uses Vanadate laser technology, which the company says enables it to comply with green packaging mandates and to mark on chip boards, plastic bottles and other materials without consumables or ecology issues.
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Specifically, the company says that longer-wavelength lasers can now effectively weld clear polymer parts.