Reduce Operating Costs and Increase Productivity with High Speed Automatic Marking of Cylindrical Parts

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Lasit, USA proudly introduces its newest generation CompactMark®, a multi-axis rugged, industrial laser marking workstation with a wide range of features offering versatility and increased production. The system is available with Fiber, Nd:Yag, YV04, and C02 lasers.

Lasit, USA proudly introduces its newest generation CompactMark®, a multi-axis rugged, industrial laser marking workstation with a wide range of features offering versatility and increased production. The system is available with Fiber, Nd:Yag, YV04, and C02 lasers.

When marking large trays or multiple cylindrical parts or parts with varying angles and different sides, the rotating scan head can be employed to mark large trays rather than individual parts. Multiple lines of text as well as logos can be wrapped 140 degrees around the circumference of the parts or placed on different heights or angles without moving the parts. It can be fully programmable to mark multiple sides, curved surfaces, and different locations without re-fixturing the parts. This system provides the most flexibility in the industry.

The CompactMark® can also be equipped with an optional fully automatic W axis (rotary indexer) to minimize any downtime in changing over from the table to the rotary indexer when marking individual parts.

The fully enclosed rigid welded all steel Class One system with pneumatic doors is ideal for marking metals, plastics and many organic materials. Fully air-cooled with a small footprint, reliable fiber lasers can offer over 100,000 hours MTBF with no costly replacement consumables.

The XYZ control is optimized through the use of a smooth joystick. Together with the flexible preview features and the SmartFocus®, the system is designed for ease of use in positioning various single parts. The system boasts a full 19 x 15 inch pallet that provides optimal throughput when marking multiple parts. Custom expanded work areas and enclosures are also available. The automatic z axis allows for height clearance up to 15 ¾ inches. The system can be customized with 5 axes and additional features including W Axis, Pick and Place, Palletized Shuttles, Conveyors, and Pneumatic Lifts as well as an expanded work are for increasing productivity to mark large trays or pallets of parts.

Software provides for marking alpha-numeric text, bar codes, 2 D data matrix, graphics, logos, serialization as well as on-the-fly processing with encoder feedback. Materials such as Steel, Aluminum, Titanium, Annodized Aluminum, Brass, Silver, Gold and other coated metals, as well as plastics can be marked with Lasit marking systems.

The rigid welded steel body provides precision machining, which allows for repeatable positioning as well as precise marking when using additional fixtures to support the parts. The motors are all servo driven with 2048 lines per revolution and an integrated encoder, which prevents marking the parts in the wrong position.

Lasit, USA offers the CompactMark with a full range of lasers:

FiberFly 20, 30, 50, 100, 200 Watts -Newest and most reliable technology -completely air cooled, no consumables, high reliability, high definition marking or deep engraving with a fully unconditional 2 year warranty

FlyAir 2-15 Watts YV04 - completely air cooled, an advanced end pumped vanadate laser with very short pulse duration for precision marking of fine details, even with very delicate surfaces. Fully modular, easy plug-and-play changeover in replacing diodes with no technical intervention. Life expectancy is over 20,000 hours.
Nd:Yag 50 or 70 Watts - Water cooled, side pumped Nd:Yag with quality beam resulting in larger spot size ideal for annealing and larger marks. Enhanced reliability.
C02: 10- 30 Watts - Air cooled. High quality Gaussian beam profile, high reliability.
Green - ideal for marking on substrates that require greater contrast than Fiber or Vanadate such as certain plastics and rubbers.

C02- 10, 20, 30, 50, 100, 200 Watts Air cooled for marking on organic materials such as glass, marble, paper, acrylic, plastics, textiles.

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