Compact Fiber Laser Marking Unit

The compact TF420 fiber laser marking unit is said to provide high-contrast 2D data matrix codes, logos, bar codes and human-readable text at high speeds. Considered a universal marking solution, the unit is capable of printing on difficult materials, such as cast aluminum and carbide, while maintaining the precision to mark consumer products such as cellular telephones and medical devices. The compact marking head is completely sealed and enclosed in a protective cast aluminum case allowing the system to be mounted in virtually any orientation.

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The compact TF420 fiber laser marking unit is said to provide high-contrast 2D data matrix codes, logos, bar codes and human-readable text at high speeds. Considered a universal marking solution, the unit is capable of printing on difficult materials, such as cast aluminum and carbide, while maintaining the precision to mark consumer products such as cellular telephones and medical devices.

The compact marking head is completely sealed and enclosed in a protective cast aluminum case allowing the system to be mounted in virtually any orientation. Designed to use few optical components for increased reliability and to feature a longer source life, the air-cooled unit is said to eliminate maintenance concerns and reduce costs. A computer is not required during operation after the marking file has been created on the user-friendly software, the company says.

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