|Laser Type||Fiber laser|
|Marking Area||175*175,200*200,300*300 mm|
|Machine Type||Fiber laser marking machines|
|Cooling Mode||Air cooled|
|Weight||Approximately 100 kgs|
|Max Making Speed||7000 mm/s|
|Laser Wave Lengh||1064 mm|
|Positioning Accuracy||0.01 mm|
|Cooling System||Air Cooling|
|Processing Size LXW||175*175,200*200,300*300 mm|
COPIA Fiber Marking Lasers are the perfect choice when it comes to etching on a wide range of materials with high precision, complex graphics are easily achieved with a Fiber marking machine.
So how does a COPIA Fiber marker laser work?
A Fiber laser uses a laser power source to generate a high powered laser that is transmitted through a Theta lens with incredible accuracy. The machine uses no physical moving parts and is covered with a protective pull-down cover ensuring the operator has no contact with the laser as it pulses.
As the focused laser beam passes through the Theta lens the invisible laser hits the surface of the material, effectively heating it up and oxidising the top layers, leaving the integrity of the metal intact. The laser beam is generally not powerful enough to pass through the metal unless you are using really thin foils.
A major benefit of using this kind of marking and engraving process is that fact that it is a permanent feature with high resistance to other external effects like heat, abrasion/rubbing etc.
It does all this with remarkable speed and accuracy, enabling quick turnaround of projects. A Fiber Marking Engraving Machine is generally controlled by software (in our case EZCAD which is simple to use) enabling you to generate your designs and change settings of the machine operation. You can also import your files into the software should you be designing them in software such as Coreldraw, Adobe Illustrator and other 2D CAD drawing packages.
COPIA Fiber Engraver is used in many different applications such as:
Often used in the aerospace, automotive, marine engineering and creative industries.