Laser Marking Medical Devices and Instruments

Medical industry professionals require surgical instruments that are appropriately marked with permanent, readable identifiers that don’t compromise safety. At Telesis Technologies, Inc., we engineer state-of-the-art solutions for laser marking medical devices.

Why Use Laser Marking on Medical Devices?

Manufacturers are required to follow strict specifications when marking surgical devices for the medical industry. According to government guidelines for unique device identification, all medical instruments, devices, implants and tools must have permanent, precise and legible markings. These regulations make it easier to identify medical devices sold in the United States and track them from manufacturing to patient use.

The purpose of laser engraving medical devices with unique device identifiers (UDIs) is to improve patient safety, streamline post-market surveillance and drive innovation. These machines adhere to stringent part marking guidelines for product identification and manufacturing traceability while eliminating the risk of potential damage. They can also mark uneven surfaces, oddly shaped devices and various material types.

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Medical Part Marking Applications

 

Laser engraving machines are suitable for marking a wide range of medical instruments, including:

 

  • Syringes
  • Tubing
  • Stents
  • Implants
  • Surgical equipment
  • Orthopedic products
  • Molds
  • Trays
  • Scissors
  • Scalpels
  • Forceps
  • Retractors
  • Dental tools
  • Clamps
  • IV equipment
  • Electronic devices

Benefits of Medical Device Laser Marking

If you're looking to engrave surgical instruments with optimal accuracy and safety, our laser marking solutions offer numerous advantages:

 

  • Readable marks: Laser engravers produce permanent, high-contrast marks on medical devices that ensure UDIs are visible and legible.
  • Operational precision: Since laser marking machines do not make direct contact with surgical instruments, they facilitate error-free operation and produce precise, repeatable results.
  • High durability: When you laser-engrave medical devices, you generate robust markings that can withstand harsh environments and conditions. 
  • Fast processes: The laser marking process is highly efficient, with increased speeds that help organizations save time and money.
  • Minimal consumables: Engraving surgical instruments requires little to no consumables, making it a cost-effective and eco-friendly process.
  • Material versatility: You can use laser markers on countless materials, from metal and plastic to wood and rubber.

Medical Device Laser Marking Recommendations

If you’re looking to laser-mark medical devices in compliance with industry regulations, consider the following product options:

UV Laser Markers

Ultraviolet (UV) lasers feature a compact and powerful beam for cold marking applications, producing precise micro-markings.

Green Laser Markers

Green laser markers are known for their high power, speed and beam stability. They can dependably operate in environments where dust, vibration and shock are prevalent.

Fiber Laser Markers

Our fiber laser markers are highly versatile, with maximum precision, adaptability and consumable elimination.

Vanadate Laser Markers

Take advantage of this laser’s high peak powers, beam quality and depth of focus to expertly mark heat-sensitive materials.

Laser Engrave Medical Devices With Solutions From Telesis Technologies, Inc.

The laser engraving of medical devices is easier and more efficient than ever with solutions from Telesis Technologies, Inc. We serve as a one-stop shop for all your marking needs, offering a rugged and reliable line of permanent marking systems designed to perform efficiently in even the toughest environments.

 

Contact us to inquire about our laser marking machines today!

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