Marking Laser Maximizes Performance, Meets Unique Needs
Dapra Marking Systems introduces a series of laser marking products designed for maximum performance and easy customization.
Dapra Marking Systems introduces a series of laser marking products designed for maximum performance and easy customization. Based on the idea that customers shouldn’t have to force their needs into the capabilities of a stock piece of equipment, these laser systems are made from a flexible core product line that can be easily tailored to a customer’s unique application requirements. The company confers with the user to determine what system configuration, laser source, lens, power source and accessories will be best.
Dapra’s laser solutions feature fiber and DPSS laser sources ranging from 3 to 100 W; Class 1 enclosures and Class 4 configurations (standard and custom); manual and power programmable Z-axis options with 12" of travel (custom travel lengths available); optional rotary D axis for making round parts up to 22 lbs; industrial fume extractors; and intuitive software for logo import, serialization, date coding, data matrix codes, UID and UDI syntax, and more.
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Contributed by Hypertherm (West Lebanon, New Hampshire). The company designs and manufactures plasma cutting systems for use in a variety of industries such as shipbuilding, manufacturing, and automotive repair. Its product line includes handheld and mechanized plasma systems and consumables, as well as CNC motion and height controls.