Even if you own a laser that is several years old you should look at new laser technologies; in the last few years there has been a significant improvement in both mark quality, speed of mark, user interface and operating costs.
New York, NY (PRWEB) March 26, 2014
As the leader in technology and development for laser solutions in micro marking and manufacturing for the jewelry trade, PhotoScribe Technologies Inc. has finely tuned both to meet the industry need for detail in inscription, and the ability to mark difficult objects, such as diamond. Their latest development is the agile LMF-30 fiber laser, which incorporates a number of innovations that not only make it safe to use, but an easier and more flexible laser as well.
By optimizing several key components, the maintenance-free LMF-30 is setting a new standard in laser development. One important feature is a red diode on the laser, which eliminates positioning and alignment mistakes, showing the boundary of the marking field, or even the projected image itself, so there is no more estimating where the image will be placed. The laser can inscribe minute text, maker’s and metal hallmarks, barcodes, logos and numbers, even on small items like an earring post, making it an invaluable tool to jewelry designers and manufacturers, with its ability to make a high definition mark.
The laser is as easy to use as any word processing system, and does not require any special training. It comes with marking software with the capability to mark any file, including: alpha/numeric, many types of barcodes (including 2D symbologies), vector and raster files (such as images and bitmaps). Developed by vision application experts, the software has a user-friendly interface, is highly intuitive and works with all Windows operating systems.
David Benderly, CEO of PhotoScribe Technologies Inc. says of the LMF-30, “The marking laser is a true enabling technology that addresses the need for product identification and branding in the trade. Today, modern lasers are highly reliable and easy to operate. Even if you own a laser that is several years old you should look at new laser technologies; in the last few years there has been a significant improvement in both mark quality, speed of mark, user interface and operating costs. Our new laser improves all these aspects for clearly superior results.”
The new enclosure has plenty of features that not only make it easier to see the jewelry being marked. It has a Class 4 enclosure featuring LED illumination in the workspace, which opens to expose three sides for ease in both access and maneuvering inscriptions.
For further information regarding the LMF-30 Laser System and other PhotoScribe lasers, email the company directly at firstname.lastname@example.org, call +1-800-746-8672 or visit them online at http://www.photoscribetech.com.
About PhotoScribe Technologies:
Founded in 1998, PhotoScribe Technologies is headquartered in New York, NY. Building specialized lasers for the micro world, their lasers are known for extremely high speed marking, such as mark-on-the-fly application. PhotoScribe has set the industry standard for high contrast and frosted inscriptions on diamond girdles for over 10 years with their “cold” laser Excimer technology, and is considered the world leader in marking materials that are challenging to mark (for example, due to transparency, brittleness or sensitivity to temperature).