Many companies will use laser engraving to add logos to their products that cannot be simply peeled off. This helps to prevent counterfeits and keep their products authentic and difficult to replicate.
The laser engaging process involves using a laser beam to cut into a material’s surface, creating a depression large enough for the naked eye to see. The most common kind of laser for industrial use is a diode light laser, powered by fibre optic cables that are doped with ytterbium. These lasers can work with just about any metal or engineered plastic.
Laser engraving is used to make ID cards, credit cards and a variety of sensitive documents. Using laser engraving on these ensures that they are hard to duplicate, helping to prevent fraud and resist tampering. Multilayer formats are used on some ID cards to give them an extra level of protection and make them much harder to duplicate.
Industrial businesses are finding all sorts of uses for laser engraving tools. This process is helpful for creating tracking numbers, like barcodes that can be read by RFID scanners. Lasers are also used to provide time stamps, component labels, serial numbers, part numbers and branding, among other things. Laser engraving is crucial to loss prevention, identification, and inventory control, and it is sometimes used in creating safety notices on products or equipment. Its role within the industrial sector is constantly growing as more and more uses are found for it.
Laser engine system offer numerous benefits. Let’s look at some of those here:
Works on numerous material types- A powerful laser system can be used to etch almost any kind of coated or bare metal, including nickel, copper, stainless steel, aluminium, titanium and more.
Handles large workloads- You can use laser engraving to etch a single item at a time or multiple items at once. The lasers can handle large jobs in a short amount of time, working quickly and precisely, without making mistakes.
Can engrave very heavy machines and parts- Lasers can also be used to etch cumbersome, large and heavy equipment, parts and products. Those items that would be too large for workers to safely move and etch by hand can be engraved using a laser system.
Clive Wilson Switchboards Ltd has the laser systems you need to start engraving and etching your own products, equipment and parts. You can speed up how long it takes to produce ID cards, barcodes, branding engravings and more with a high powered, state-of-the-art laser system.
If you would like to know more about the laser engraving systems available, please give us a call. We would be happy to discuss options and pricing with you and provide a demonstration for you as well.