UV laser marking machine utilize ultraviolet light to create high-contrast, permanent markings on various materials. They are commonly used in industries that require micro and intricate markings, such as electronics, medical equipment, and automotive parts. UV laser marker is particularly suitable for materials that are challenging to mark using other laser marking technologies, such as ceramics, glass, silicon, and IC, chip and emiconductor.

  • Especially suitable for fine processing in the high-end market.
  • Used in tasks such as marking and scribing flexible PCB boards, processing silicon chip micro-holes and blind holes, marking QR codes on LCD glass, drilling holes on glass vessel surfaces, coating marking on metal surfaces, plastic buttons, electronic components, and complex silicon chip graphic cutting.
  • Marking plastics (such as ABS, PC, PP, PE, etc.), glass crafts and glassware, ceramics, rubber, paper, fibers, and other materials.
  • Due to its “cold” processing characteristic, it enables high-quality marking on sensitive materials without causing deformation.

DPLASER offers UV laser marking and engraving machines for ultra-fine marking and engraving. These machines can be particularly useful for applications involving glass, electronic components, power adapters, LCDs, plasma screens, and other materials that require precise and intricate markings. UV laser marking machine offer remarkable advantages for creating intricate, high-contrast markings on various materials. These advantages make them indispensable tools in industries that demand precision, durability, and versatility for challenging materials and applications.

1. High Precision & Detail

Laser engraving marking machine are renowned for their ability to achieve extremely fine details and intricate markings. This precision is crucial for industries where micro-level markings are required, such as electronics manufacturing and medical devices.

2. Versatility Materials

Glass and Ceramics: UV lasers are effective at marking glass and ceramics, which can be difficult using other laser marking technologies due to their brittle and reflective nature.

Semiconductors & IC Chips: The UV wavelength is well-suited for marking silicon-based materials, making UV lasers a staple in semiconductor and electronics industries.

3. High Contrast & Permanence

High Contrast: The high-energy UV light generates high-contrast markings, enhancing visibility even on darker or reflective surfaces.

Permanent Markings: UV laser markings are known for their longevity and resistance to fading, ensuring that critical information remains visible and reliable over time.

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