Posted byJim Earman ● Wed, Feb 08, 2012 @ 08:59 AM
Laser Engraving Brass Nameplates
Material: Brass with black paint top coat
Mark Data Type: Text/Graphic
Laser Mark Type: Surface Etching and Engraving
This brass nameplate was laser marked using a graphic file of the negative of the text. We used a 20 watt fiber laser marking system to create the crisp text on the bronze background. The laser marking process took 5 1/2 minutes and the brass plaque measures 9 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches.
The 20 Watt Langolier Open Table design is meant to laser etch both large and small nameplates. It is air cooled and plugs directly into a standard 110 outlet making it much more energy efficient and far less prone to require regular maintenance.
A Jimani Langolier laser marking system is a turn key system and flexible tool for space challenged manufacturing and processing environments. The Open Table Langolier is designed to be a compact, stand alone laser marking station flexible enough to handle one off samples and mid-range production runs.
Designed to be a turn key, flexible system the Langolier Open Table is ideal for small, low volume, high variety production environments. This laser system is perfectly suited for the flexible work environment where your marking needs might change, the marking station needs to be moved, or the parts being marked are large or odd shapes.