Telesis offers EVC laser marking system for metals, plastics, and composites

July 27, 2011
Telesis Technologies Inc., Circleville, Ohio, is offering a new addition to its E-series line of diode-pumped laser marking systems: the EVC laser system. The system features a Q-switched Nd: YVO4 end-pumped laser design with a remote fiber-coupled diode pump source.

Telesis Technologies Inc., Circleville, Ohio, is offering a new addition to its E-series line of diode-pumped laser marking systems: the EVC laser system. The system features a Q-switched Nd: YVO4 end-pumped laser design with a remote fiber-coupled diode pump source.

With average diode life of greater than 25,000 working hours and low replacement cost, the EVC offers the user "best-in-class" reliability with low cost of ownership. The superior laser beam characteristics provide high quality, high speed marking on a wide range of materials including metals, plastics and composites. It is good for delicate and sensitive electronics components and medical instruments.

To further enhance the company's "Mark of Confidence" associated with its latest products, the robust mechanical and optical design allows the Telesis EVC laser to operate in an industrial environment where shock, vibration, and dust are a concern. The small footprint allows for easy integration into both manual off-line and automated on-line configurations for automotive, aerospace, medical and a wide range of industrial marking applications.

Key attributes like deep focal tolerance, high quality small beam diameter, air cooled-no chiller required, stable output power, and DOD complaint, enhance the latest Telesis product release of the EVC laser.

In addition, using VANADATE laser technology allows the EVC Laser System to enter the "green space" required by the latest packaging mandates and perform fast marking on chip boards, plastic bottles, and other materials without consumables or ecology issues.

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