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8/12/2010 | 1 MINUTE READ

Laser Marking System Designed for Medical Devices, More

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The CompactMark 2010 from Lasit features an optional black and white and color vision system for locating and positioning marks and parts.

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The CompactMark 2010 from Lasit features an optional black and white and color vision system for locating and positioning marks and parts. The system is designed to mark trays of medical devices, body implants and screws of various sizes made of stainless steel, aluminum, titanium and plastics.
 
The system can be equipped with as many as eight motors in one machine for marking cylindrical parts, measurement rings, tapered probes, endoscopic rods, plastic handles and trays of varying surgical instruments. As many as 32 characters can be marked and read with a vision system on a screw as small as one for eyeglasses. 
 
An optional rotating scan head or gantry configuration with motorized XYZ motion enables marking around curved surfaces and cylindrical parts with different heights and geometries as well as ends of each part without moving any of the parts. Hot dog rollers enable rotating multiple parts at one time.
 
The three sizes range from 690 × 400 mm to 1,290 × 400 mm. Larger custom tables are available with holes and threads that anchor fixtures securely. Rotary dial tables are also available ranging to 48" in diameter to mark while loading/unloading.
 
FlyCad and FlyControl software is designed to provide serialization, bar codes, UID codes, 2D matrix, logos, radial text and more. 

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