Fiber Laser Markers

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Cleaner Marks in Less Time

The Telesis Fiber Series Laser Marking System is the most versatile marking technology due to its adaptability, minimal maintenance, and the total elimination of consumables from the marking process. They are most used in metal and plastic processing industries for precise and efficient direct marking of parts and products. From automotive manufacturing through medical and security technology to electronics, Telesis Fiber delivers.

Fiber Laser Marking Machine Features

 

Investing in a Telesis Fiber Series Laser Marking System gives you a small, modular package that’s easy to integrate into your industrial applications. In addition to its diode reliability of 100,000 hours MTBF and no need for water cooling, the system offers an array of benefits, including:

 

  • Superior beam technology: Fiber laser marking technology features superior beam technology for fast and efficient marking on metals, plastics and carbon fiber.
  • Durable construction: A fiber laser marking system requires only minimal maintenance. Since it contains high-quality components that are ruggedly industrial and durable, this system is well-suited for on-site industrial applications.
  • High performance and efficiency: Fiber laser markers are energy-efficient, losing almost no energy to heat. A fiber laser marker produces extremely fine lines and outperforms other higher-powered systems by converting nearly 100% of their energy input into a smaller, straighter beam.
  • Stability and adaptability: Because fiber lasers generate their beam inside their core, they’re much more stable than other lasers. Their energy efficiency makes them less vulnerable to heat damage, making them safe to use in non-climate controlled environments where shock, vibration and dust are a concern.

You can streamline your production with an integrated fiber laser marking machine. Whatever you need to mark, our fiber lasers have the speed, precision and efficiency to give you the results you need.

 

Our fiber laser marking systems are at work in various industries, including:

 

Automotive Manufacturing

 

Automotive parts require durable markings to help trace their origin. These markings can include high-contrast text, serial numbers, VINs and 2D Matrix codes. Components that need these marks include:

 

  • Batteries
  • Engines
  • Drive shafts
  • Bearings
  • Armatures

 

Medical Device Manufacturing

 

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (USDA) requires manufacturers to label certain medical devices with a unique device identifier (UDI). These labels improve patient safety and enable tracking for any medical device manufactured and sold in the U.S.

 

Some of the devices that require a UDI are:

 

  • Surgical equipment
  • Medical trays
  • Dental tools
  • IV equipment
  • Molds

 

Fiber laser markers offer the necessary depth and precision to create a durable UDI on delicate equipment.

 

Construction and Housing

 

Fiber laser markers can create permanent labels and identification information that will hold up to the elements. Whether you’re marking your materials, tools or equipment, you can use our system on:

 

  • Plastic
  • Stainless steel
  • Glass
  • Composite materials
  • F30V  –  30 Watt
  • F50V  – 50 Watt
  • F100V  – 100 Watt
  • Vari-Z™ 3-Axis
  • iZONIT™ Vision System
  • TeleView™ Quality Control
  • Programmable Mounting Post

Need software, manuals, data sheets, or drawings for a Telesis product you already own? Complete the form at the link below and we’ll send you what you need.

Find Your Fiber Laser Marking System at Telesis Technologies, Inc.

 

Are you ready to bring the benefits of fiber laser marking technology to your operations? At Telesis Technologies, Inc., we’re proud to offer outstanding performance, durable products and exceptional customer service.

 

Contact us for a quote and make Telesis Technologies, Inc. your fiber laser marking machine supplier today!

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