✓Shorter wavelength at 1064 nm Near Infrared has less thermal effect that CO₂ Lasers
✓Higher energy and precision, many industrial applications
✓Quality: Build to last, parts from known sources. System life is over 20 years
✓Digital design that eliminates alignment and minimizes maintenance
✓Silver coated high speed beam steering system
✓CVD Zn Se optics are mounted in a dust proof enclosure
✓High speed, all digital galvanometers
✓Manufactured under strict process control
✓Two years warranty
ALTERIA F20 Laser Makers and micro-engraving series has been designed to fill the needs of industrial applications beyond the FIR CO₂ Lasers.
Working a wavelength ten times shorter, their energy is much higher minimizing the damaging thermal effect over the matter.
This kind of Laser makes a high quality precision marking and micro-engraving on difficult materials like ceramics
This product is intended to be used on static marking and low speed “on the fly” production lines.
The F 20 is 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
Near Infrared Lasers working around 1064 nm (1µm) use Laser sources built from Solid State diodes that are coupled with a fiber optic array, with the highest reliability and longest life on its class
This kind of Laser can be used on many materials:
◉ Tools, Jewelry
◉ High speed bottling (metal cans)
◉ Marking ceramics & building materials
◉ Welding plastics
◉ Marking all metal alloys
◉ Pharmaceutical and health products
◉ Home and Beauty products
◉ Gift and fashion items
◉ Many other industrial applications
Check out our U.V. marking laser product line for neoprene, plastics and other industrial applications.
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