Marking for the Medical
Device Manufacturing Industry

The most robust, cost-efficient, and safe permanent marking systems guarantee fast cycle-time and safe products. Telesis laser marking and dot peen equipment can mark every type of medical devices: tubes, catheters, pacemakers, prosthesis, pumps, and beyond.

Partner with Telesis to Mark
Medical Equipment and Hospital Technologies

You need to ensure that your medical gear is properly labeled with a lasting mark that won’t affect the long-term safety of the product. Because there are so many rules and regulations on how you should mark on hospital technology and other medical equipment, you need a system that’s reliable and effortless. That’s where Telesis comes into play.

Medical device design can sometimes make it difficult to mark on devices that are oddly shaped or made of various materials. Telesis’ laser markers master the art of marking on all kinds of elements or shapes to ensure that your hospital instruments, surgical instruments, and medical supplies are top-notch and marked correctly to meet all requirements and specifications. At Telesis, we’ve helped loads of companies through similar last-minute rushes meet regulatory requirements in the past.

Permanent marking is the most desired option for all manufacturers that plan to track or record information about a part. As medical device manufacturers, you rely on these marks to trace your equipment and technology used in hospitals and other medical environments.

Telesis Technologies has been the leader in product identification and has many medical marking relationships throughout the world. Our state-of-the-art omniscient processing lab that understands the stringent FDA requirements, including UDI codes. Telesis will work side by side with their customers to find solutions for even the toughest application.

Unique Abilities

  • Corrosion-proof annealing
  • Deep engraving
  • Meets HIBCC standards
  • 360° cylindrical marking
  • High contrast marks
  • Reflective materials

The Benefits of Using Laser Marking in the Medical Device Industry

  • Meets Specifications

    Meets tight marked graduation tolerance and specifications and repeatability requirements of many medical instruments.

  • Flexibility

    Works great where flexibility is required for robotic and closed-loop XY with THETA applications

  • FDA Verification

    Software reads and verifies while logging marks for FDA verification

Types of Lasers for Medical Device Manufacturers and
Medical Electronics Companies

UV/one™ Laser Marker

This all-in-one system does not require a separate controller to create high-contrast marks that withstand the test of time. The all-in-one design of the marker and controller combination saves space in your facility with a compact footprint for easy integration into production lines.

Through suppressed heat effects, burrs and yellow tinting are eliminated, allowing for a nearly perfect finish. Eliminate day-to-day consumables and reduce operational costs with this Telesis laser marker.

Green Laser

The Telesis EV4GDS is a fiber-coupled, diode-pumped, solid-state (DPSS) green wavelength system. The laser beam characteristics are optimized for applications that require high beam quality and stability. The EV4GDS offers extra power and speed—the ideal choice for laser marking, scribing and trimming. The robust mechanical and optical design of the Telesis EV4GDS enables operation in an industrial environment where shock, vibration, and dust are a concern.

Fiber Laser

The Telesis Fiber 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.

Vanadate Laser

E-Series diode-pumped YAG and vanadate laser markers offer improved beam quality, increased depth of focus, and higher peak powers compared to fiber lasers­—for fine marking, heat-sensitive materials (metal, foils, silicon, plastics, etc.) and applications where high consistency is required.

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