Posted byJim Earman ● Wed, Nov 29, 2017 @ 07:02 AM
Laser Marking Powder Coated Aluminum
For this project the specifications included:
Industry: Electronic Equipment
Part Type: Front Panel
Material: Die Cast Aluminum with Powder Coating
Mark Data Type: Text + Logo
Laser Mark Type: Laser Etching, multiple passes for consistent burn through powder coating
Laser marking time is 150 seconds for this logo that is over 6 inches long and one inch high. The time could be reduced but this particular customer desired a very crisp and consistent logo because it was the primary brand mark on the equipment.
Laser Marking Aluminum
We recommend using a fiber laser system for laser marking aluminum because it gives the user a great degree of flexibility in the type of mark that can be made and the material that can be marked.
A Jimani Langolier Desktop is a turn key system and versatile tool for most manufacturing and processing environments. The Desktop Langolier is designed to be a compact, stand alone laser marking station flexible enough to handle one off samples and mid-range production runs. Rigid part holders or a choice of Z axis travel lab jacks can be used to place to work at the focal plane of the Desktop Langolier's beam focusing lens.
Designed to be a turn key, desktop system the Langolier Desktop is ideal for small, low volume, high variety production environments.
All Langolier fiber laser marking systems are supplied with Prolase, a user friendly, proven, robust laser marking systems software package very easy to use for importing and manipulating graphics files for brands, logos, and schematic files.
To learn more about laser marking aluminum, download Laser Marking Aluminum: Common Applications and Marking Specifications. This download addresses some of the most important aluminum marking topics like:
Common applications that involve laser marking aluminum
Types of laser marks that can be made on aluminum
Typical equipment used to laser mark aluminum
Download your free copy of Laser Marking Aluminum: Common Applications and Marking Specifications here or follow the link below!