Die Gravur ist die häufigste aller Laserbeschriftungsanwendungen. Dabei entsteht die Beschriftung durch Abtragen mithilfe des Laserstrahls – der Laser wird als Meißel eingesetzt und trägt genau die ausgewählten Bereiche des Werkstücks ab.
Die Lasergravur ist eine Hauptfunktion unserer redENERGY-Faserlaser. Mit unseren Lasern können flache bis tiefe Gravuren auf Metallen und industriellen Keramiken jeder Art erstellt werden.
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Fiber laser technology has evolved significantly in the past few years, with its potential applications expanding beyond purely practical uses in manufacturing and research. This includes aesthetic and artistic deployments which allow for new means... read more >
Engraving is just one of the applications for which fiber laser technology is an effective choice.
For the most part, the attention paid to fiber laser engraving focuses on its industrial use in areas including car manufacturing (including... read more >
Laser engraving is a similar process to laser marking. Both use a fiber laser to produce a pattern, design, or another mark on the surface of an item, though there are subtle differences between them. We will explain these and then briefly explore... read more >
There are many ways that one can engrave materials, but lasers has developed to become the most reliable, efficient and cost-effective process on the market. Capable of delivering results with a much higher quality than many of its more traditional... read more >
As its name may suggest, this process is the engraving of a material using a laser beam. The engraving of items isn’t a new concept, but the way that it has been achieved has changed dramatically in recent years.
Now, lasers are the most... read more >
It goes without saying that the electronics industry, especially the consumer electronics market, is now one of the most widely used around the world. It seems that there is some kind of new technology emerging almost daily, and electronics have an... read more >
Although the majority of us will be most familiar with the healthcare that we receive, there is a huge industry operating behind this with many competing businesses. The manufacturing of medical equipment and pharmaceuticals are two such... read more >
Laser engraving is an efficient, safe and reliable process that is used in many industries around the world. It is especially prevalent in industries that are fast-paced, with many different parts needing to be processed quickly and efficiently. The... read more >
The aerospace industry is one of the largest and most crucial industries in the world. It encompasses many different areas, with consumer and business travel being the most important, but it also involves transport, military aircraft and even space... read more >
Lasers have become an incredibly important part of the semiconductor industry. As the industry has grown, so too has its need for efficient, reliable and cost-effective processes to match demand. Lasers were the obvious solution for this, and they... read more >
Laser engraving has become a crucial process for many industries around the world, transforming manufacturing and production lines. But it’s a process that bears many similarities to other types of laser processes, and one would be forgiven for... read more >
Laser engraving is one of many laser-based processes but is undoubtedly one of the most useful. It is used to leave a clear and visible engraving on a material.
There are many reasons that one may use this process, perhaps for aesthetic reasons... read more >
Brass is a metal alloy of copper and zinc. The material properties of brass include; low melting point, high conductivity, and being highly malleable. These properties can vary depending on the specific alloy of brass being used. Brass alloys can... read more >
While cutting and engraving are two separate laser processes, they have many similarities, and so a single cutting laser setup can also be used to laser engrave materials too.
In the article below we explore engraving with lasers... read more >
Thermal Barrier Coats (TBC's) are used in aero engineering and gas turbine manufacturing to extend the lifetime of components. TBC's are also becoming more commonly used in the automotive industry to reduce heat loss from engine exhaust systems.... read more >
Our redENERGY EP-Z Laser benefits from having longer duration pulses which can have significant benefits in engraving applications.
For this application WF 39 which is a 500ns pulse (full width) was used to achieve 0.2mm depth on this logo in a... read more >
Our range of redENERGY Pulsed Fiber Lasers can be used to mark a variety of etching textures and oxide colours on to Sterling Silver Jewellery. This mark is possible over a large focal range with a working distance of over 1mm.
The butterfly... read more >
Engraving is the most common of all Laser marking applications, the engraving process is produced by the Laser beam removing material to create a mark, where the Laser acts like a chisel and blows away selected areas of the subject material.
This... read more >
Our range of redENERGY Pulsed Fiber Lasers are ideally suited for a range of engraving applications. For fine engraving the high beam quality of the 20W SM Laser gives finest control and beam quality. However, for applications where width of mark... read more >
The introduction of our redENERGY EP Laser series with its ability to deliver longer pulses has proved to be ideally suited to high quality deep engraving of stainless steel.
Experimental studies have shown that material removal rates can be... read more >
Laser engraving and Laser milling have become widely established commercial activities and have been applied to many different types of metals. As a non contact process, Laser micro-machining offers many advantages over conventional mechanical... read more >
The image shown is a 3x3mm square area which has been processed to a depth of 1.5mm in 92 seconds, representing a removal rate of 9mm3/min.
This high quality result has been achieved through the use of waveforms to maintain control of the... read more >
Our range of redENERGY Pulsed Fiber Lasers can be used to isolate thick bright metal plating on top of ceramic. This allows users to quickly and cleanly create islands of electrical isolation which can then be used as substrates for electronic... read more >
To commemorate our participation in the 2013 Munich Laser World of Photonics we produced a special pewter ‘tankard’ pendent.
Pewter is a malleable metal alloy primarily made of tin with low levels of alloying elements. It has a very low... read more >