Handheld fiber laser marking

Nov. 8, 2013
Laser Photonics' 12/24 VDC handheld fiber laser marking system is suited for making large objects in harsh environments.

Lake Mary, FL - With a 6.3 lb scan head, Laser Photonics' 12/24 Vdc handheld fiber laser marking system is suited for marking large objects in field. System features an air-cooled, Ytterbium Q-switched fiber laser with up to 2 mJ, and digital signal interface that ensures stable performance in harsh industrial environments. Designed for maintenance-free direct marking of parts with 2D matrix codes, barcodes, and UID marks, system is used in electronics, aerospace, defense, and energy industries.

This versatile system allows for easy maneuverability due to its lightweight design. The lightweight design is attributed to the greatly reduced size of the scan head, making it easier for operators to handle while maintaining the same performance quality. The handheld comes equipped with a digital signal interface to ensure stable performance in harsh industrial environments. It can also be customized to use a 12 or 24 VDC battery, making it completely portable.

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