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Difference between MOPA and Q-switched fiber laser marking machine?

Fiber laser marking machine is developing rapidly In recent years, and widely used in the fields of electronic 3C products, machinery, food, packaging etc.. Compared with the traditional marking technology, laser marking technology has more advantages, not only marking effect is more beautiful, and the production and processing is more efficient. At present, the pulsed fiber […]

How to choose co2 laser cutting machine ?

CO2 Laser cutting machine , which is widely used on any non metal materials, and could do both cutting and engraving works with high precision and speed. There are different types of  co2 laser cutting machines available on the market.how do you decide on the right laser cutting machine for your business? Before you buy […]

What will affect efficiency of fiber laser marking machine?

Industrial laser marking machine is to bring higher production efficiency and create higher value to enterprises. So how can we improve the marking speed of fiber laser marking machine? 1. Influencing factors The main factors of the optical industrial laser marking machine are divided into two factors, the internal factors and the processing work pieces. The […]

Laser light itself is invisible

Is laser light visible? Laser light itself is invisible. Since lasers feature high directivity, we cannot see the beam path. Normally, we can see only the laser light diffused and reflected by any object. In an environment where mist or fine airborne particles exist, we can see the beam path because the light is diffused […]

Laser Marking Introduction

What is laser marking? The process of “laser marking” refers to the technique of marking or labeling materials and workpieces using a laser machine. Different applications may require different techniques, but engraving, staining, removing, annealing, and foaming are the most common marking methods. Each laser marking procedure will have its own unique advantages and disadvantages, […]

Use Laser Systems For Direct Part Marking

With the high number of manufactured parts used in most industrial applications, the need for parts identification has increased ten-fold over the past 30 to 50 years. This has given rise to the practice of direct part marking, which is the process of permanently marking parts to enable users to track them throughout their life […]

Differences between ordinary light and laser beams

This is where regular lights (lamps, etc.) and lasers differ. Lasers emit beams of light with high directivity, which means that the component light waves travel together in a straight line with almost no spreading apart. Ordinary light sources emit light waves that spread apart in all directions. The light waves in a laser beam […]