Monday, May 18, 2009

Laser Marking on Ceramic Application

The parts were laser marked using a 20 watt q-switched ytterbium fiber laser with 160 mm focal length lens. The parts were surface marked to create brightly contrasting marks. The parts were marked using various parameters, resulting in various cycle times and various darkness and qualities of marks on the samples.
"Fonon Display and Semiconductor marking and engraving products range from smaller handheld systems to larger industrial sized machines," said Maureen McHale, Fonon Display and Semiconductors Corporate Marketing and Public Relations Director. "This ensures no matter the size of the company or application Fonon DSS can provide an affordable system which is easily integrated into any production facility," continued McHale.

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