Technifor Introduces New CO2 Laser Marking System

Friday, April 26, 2013
Photo: Technifor

The TC500 is a CO2 Laser capable of marking on plastics, anodized aluminum, painted metals, ceramics and most organic materials including leather, wood and rubber.

Designed for industrial environments, the TC500 is suited for permanent marking of automotive components, electronics, medical devices and a wide range of parts with logos, linear and radial text, DataMatrix including UID, serial numbers, counters, dates and shift codes. The TC500 has very efficient power output with marking speeds up to 10,000 mm/sec and a continuous wave laser source. The Laser controller has a large display with intuitive embedded traceability software eliminating the need for a separate PC.

www.technifor.us

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