Fiber Laser Marking Machines

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Fiber Laser Marking Machines

Fiber laser marking machines are available in a variety of options, which include portable, stand-alone, industrial and 3-D marking machines. The industrial machine comes standard with six moving axes and is extremely versatile and the most popular model.

Contact us on info@habitatlaser.co.za so that we can help you determine which machine would be most suitable for your needs.

Fiber Laser Marking Machine - Habitat MSun Laser Studio
Fiber Laser Marking Machines - Habitat MSun Laser
Fiber Laser Marking Machines - Habitat MSun Laser

Parameters:

Laser output power 10, 20, 30 and 50 Watt
Marking area 100 x 100 mm; 200 x 200 mm; 300 x 300 mm
Marking speed 7000 – 12000 mm/sec
Marking depth 0.05mm – as deep as you require
Minimum line width 0.01 mm
Minimum letter size 0.2 mm
Power supply 220V on all models
Cooling method Air cooling
Rotary engraving Inside and outside (rotary comes standard on the industrial model; optional for the other models)

Applications:

Our fiber laser marking machines are widely used in the following industries and applications:

  • Jewellery industry (note that not only engraving, but cutting of certain metals is also possible with these machines)
  • Electronic components
  • Hardware and tools
  • Precision instruments
  • Auto parts
  • Medical and dental equipment
  • Advertising and marketing
  • Marking of plastic cases
  • Mould and die manufacturing
  • Micro jet manufacturing

Features:

  • 220 V power supply on all models.
  • Approximately 100 000 maintenance free operating hours.
  • Easy to operate.
  • All machines come standard with operating software, installation and training.
  • Types of marking and engraving are virtually unlimited varying from deep engraving (as deep as you want), to etched, textured and smooth engraving and marking.
  • The machines generally pay for themselves within the first year (depending on your usage).
  • Easy to set up and operate.

Watch the Fiber Laser Marking Machine in Action