✓Best seller: Fits most packaging and bottling applications
✓Compact: Microprocessor-based high tech cooling system
✓Quality: Build to last, parts from reliable sources. Estimated system life over 20 years
✓Digital design that eliminates alignment and minimizes maintenance
✓Gold coated high speed beam steering system
✓CVD Zn Se optics are mounted on a dust proof enclosure
✓High speed, all digital galvanometers
✓Manufactured under strict process control
✓Two years warranty
The C Laser Makers Series is the most compact Laser in its class.
With only 30” overall length this stand alone unit needs no external power supply, computer case or hardware to be operative.
Just plug to our CL 144 Marking Computer and the system will be up and running within minutes. No PC needed!
Automatic serial number and time stamp can de added to any marking task in a snap.
This line of products has been designed with high speed production lines in mind. They are flexible and easy to interface with encoders (reading line speed) and photocells (triggering).
In addition the system has a maintenance module option that monitors the laser system reporting performance and alarms over your WIFI network to the cloud. Performance data will be stored and can be checked from a smart phone or computer
Far Infrared Lasers working around 10 µm use Laser sources built on a CO2 gas enclosure, that have been proven to be cost effective and very reliable over the past 30 years.
This kind of Laser can be used on many materials:
◉ Food packaging
◉ High speed bottling plants
◉ Glass bottles
◉ Some rubber materials
◉ Pharmaceutical & health products
◉ Home & Beauty products
There are many other good applications, but keep in mind that C02 Lasers work by a thermal process and are not the best option for direct marking on most plastics.
Check out our U.V. marking laser product line for neoprene, plastics and other industrial applications.
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