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7/11/2013

Green Laser Marker Engraves Plastics, Reflective Metals

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Miyachi Unitek’s LMV1000G diode-pumped high speed precision laser marker is designed for laser engraving and marking applications on plastics and reflective metals.

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Miyachi Unitek’s LMV1000G diode-pumped high speed precision laser marker is designed for laser engraving and marking applications on plastics and reflective metals. The laser marker features second harmonic generation (SHG) output using non-linear optical elements that emit a green laser beam in the visible spectrum. According to the company, the beam’s smaller-focus spot diameter provides greater energy density, enabling precise marking on materials such as copper, gold, carbon and stainless steels.

The laser marker can produce line widths as small as 20 microns, character sizes as small as 100 microns and data matrix codes with 20-micron cell sizes. The engraver works with a range of marking styles including alphanumeric characters, logos, graphics, bar codes, 2D codes and both TrueType and single-stroke fonts.

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