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Laser Marking Services

We provide high precision and accuracy, enabling intricate designs, fine details, and small text to be marked clearly on a wide range of materials, including metals, plastics, glass, ceramics, and more.Choose our laser marking service!

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This versatile and efficient technology is used for permanently marking or engraving various materials. It doesn't deform or damage the material being marked because it's contactless.

Using the most advanced laser systems, DEK’s expertise in laser marking offers customization options for alphanumeric characters, logos, barcodes, and other graphics. DEK integrates laser marking seamlessly into their CNC machining and production processes, ensuring efficiency and compliance with industry standards. We prioritize customer satisfaction by providing personalized solutions and attentive service.

DEK’s laser marking processes are often faster compared to traditional marking methods. This increased speed can lead to higher production rates and improved efficiency in manufacturing processes. Additionally, laser marking systems can be easily integrated into automated production lines which helps in mass production.

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What’s Laser Marking?

Laser marking is a technology that uses laser beams to create permanent marks on materials like metals and plastics. It is a precise and non-contact method, meaning the laser does not physically touch the material. It makes detailed designs, serial numbers, and logos.

Laser marking offers advantages such as durability, versatility across different materials, and high-speed processing, making it efficient for large-scale manufacturing. The process includes techniques like engraving, etching, annealing, and ablation, each serving specific purposes. Industries like automotive, electronics, and aerospace use laser marking for product identification, branding, and traceability.

Advantages of Laser Marking

  • Precision
  • High-speed
  • Non-contact
  • Permanent
  • Versatile
  • Minimal material damage
  • Automation compatibility
  • Environmentally friendly
  • Cost-effective
  • High resolution

Design Considerations for Laser Marking

  • Consider the type, color, and surface finish of the material.
  • Choose the right wavelength based on the material (e.g., fiber for metals, CO2 for organics).
  • Adjust laser power and pulse duration for optimal marking depth.
  • Balance speed with power for desired contrast and resolution.
  • Choose a system with a suitable resolution for detailed markings.
  • Ensure secure fixturing and precise alignment for accurate marks.
  • Install a system to handle fumes and maintain a clean environment.
  • Implement safety features like interlocks and enclosures.
  • Ensure seamless integration with other manufacturing processes.
  • Design for easy maintenance and long-term reliability.
  • Use user-friendly software compatible with design files.
  • Design for scalability and potential future upgrades.


Laser Marking FAQs

There are 5 types of laser marking: laser engraving, laser etching, laser annealing, laser ablation, and foaming.
No, laser marking does not use ink. It relies on the interaction of the laser beam and the material's surface to create marks.
Laser marking is known for its durability. The marks resist fading, as the process usually permanently changes the material's surface properties.
Laser marking is highly accurate and precise. The accuracy depends on factors such as the laser system's power, focus, and the material being marked. It is suitable for creating intricate and detailed marks on various materials with precision.

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