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Laser marking machine is known as laser marking system. Someone also call it laser engraving machine, laser printing machine. Laser marking machines are mainly used in some applications where higher precision are required. Such as electronic components, IC, hardware products, precision equipment, jewelry, auto parts, building materials, PVC.  EMIT is reliable laser marking machine manufacturer and supplier. We have CO2 laser marking machine, fiber laser marking (engraving )machine, UV laser marking machine for sale at an affordable price. Now find the best laser marking machine from Emitlaser.


Laser Marking Machine

What is Laser Marking?

Laser marking is the permanent process of using lasers to mark workpieces or materials. Typically performed with a fiber, pulsed, or continuous wave, so laser marking does not involve tool bits which contact the marking surface and wear out, giving it an advantage over traditional engraving or marking technologies where bit heads have to be replaced regularly. Moreover, laser marking can quickly and accurately create permanent marks on the surface of various materials. For different materials and work processes, the most common types of laser marking applications are annealing, staining, removing, foaming, carbonizing, engraving, and etching.

How Does Laser Marking Work?

Let's start with what is a laser. The letters in the word laser stand for Light Amplification by Stimulated Emission of Radiation. A laser is produces a very narrow beam of light that is useful in many technologies and device.(References)

Laser marking machine is a debice equipped with laser tube. The laser tube produces a laser beam hitting the material, and its energy creates a reaction that leaves a permanent mark.

Different materials react differently to different wavelengths. Therefore, laser marking machines include fiber laser marking machines that can mark metal materials, CO2 laser marking machines for non-metallic materials, and UV laser marking machines for ultra-fine marking.

References: https://spaceplace.nasa.gov/laser/en/