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The processing advantages of laser marking machines

Jessica 2017-06-14 16:27:50
The laser marking machine is widely recognized by the market because of the high efficiency of processing, wide application materials and good marks.In some industries, however, traditional markers are still being used, and some people do not understand the laser.Below we introduced laser marking technology, as a kind of modern precision machining method, and the corrosion, edm, score, printing machinery, such as the traditional machining method compared to what's good.
  From the technology of laser marking machine
1.Using laser marking, there is no processing, the action of forces between artifacts and has no contact, no cutting force, small heat affected, the advantages of guarantee the original precision of the workpiece;
2. The laser possesses fine lines can reach micron, marked with laser engraving technology make counterfeit and changes are very difficult, security is very important for products; 
3. The laser processing system and computer numerical control technology to the combination of efficient automated processing equipment, can play all sorts of characters, symbols and design, easy to use software design engraving pattern, change the tag content, to meet the requirements of modern production high efficiency and fast rhythm; 
4. Laser processing has no pollution source and is a clean, pollution-free processing technology;
5. The space of the laser control and time control is very good, the processing object material, shape, size and processing conditions of degrees of freedom are big, especially suitable for automation and special surface machining, and flexible processing, can also meet the requirements for industrialized mass production.