Desktop Three-axis Rotary Laser Marking Machine
Desktop three axis rotary cnc laser marking machine is a specialized equipment used for marking metal materials with precision and accuracy. It consists of a compact desktop unit equipped with a laser marking system and a three-axis rotary device.
The whole machine is compact in size, with good output beam quality and high reliability. It can engrave both metal and some non-metal materials. It adopts an integrated structure, free from optical contamination and power coupling loss, featuring air cooling for high efficiency, long lifespan, and low maintenance requirements.
The machine utilizes laser technology to create permanent marks, such as logos, text, barcodes, serial numbers, or decorative patterns, on various types of metal surfaces. It offers several advantages over traditional marking methods, including high speed, exceptional precision, and the ability to mark complex designs with intricate details.
The three-axis rotary mechanism allows for the rotation and positioning of the metal workpiece, enabling the laser beam to mark different areas of the material. This feature enables uniform and accurate marking on cylindrical, curved, and irregular surfaces.
1. It is employed to process a wide range of metal and non-metal materials, providing notable advantages in marking highly hard, high melting point, and brittle materials.
2. The process involves non-contact operations that ensure no product damage, tool wear, and exceptional marking quality.
3. With its fine laser beam, the material consumption during processing is minimal, resulting in a small heat-affected zone.
4. The technique exhibits high processing efficiency, facilitated by computer control, enabling easy automation implementation.
Desktop laser markers have broad applications across multiple industries, including the marking of graphics and text on integrated circuit chips, computer accessories, industrial bearings, watches, electronic and auto parts, molds, wire and cable, food packaging, jewelry, tobacco products, military items, and mass production lines. Their compact size and desktop configuration make them ideal for use in smaller workspaces or situations that demand portability and flexibility.