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CO2 Laser Marking

CO2 are gas lasers which are stimulated electrically. They operate at the 10,600 nm wavelength, and are mostly used for marking applications on non-metallic materials and most plastics.

The CO2 lasers are largely used in food, drug, or alcohol packaging, integrated circuits, electrical appliances, mobile communications, and electronic components.

BENEFITS

 

co2 laser engraving on wood

Engraving Wood

co2 laser marking on medical device

Marking Polycarbonate

co2 laser marking on plastic polymer

Marking Plastic

CO2 LASER SPECS

CO2 Laser Specifications
Wavelength 10,600 nm
Wattages 10 watt, 30 watt
Marking Capabilities Standing, Rotary Axis, On the Fly (Marking in Motion)
Integration Up to 4 mechanical axis driving capabilities (stepper motor)
Up to 10 digital inputs and 10 digital output fully programmable
1 dedicated connector for dual line high resolution encoder
1 dedicated connector for photocell
Focus Beam 3mW @ 635 nm
Aiming Beam 3mW @ 635 nm
Available f-theta Lenses 100 mm 200 mm
Marking Area 70 x 70 mm 140 x 140 mm
Working Distance 100 mm 200 mm
Spot Dimension 270 um 370 um
Power Supply 100/240 VAC - 50/60 Hz
Cooling Integrated Fan Cooled
Temperature Range Operative 15° C to 35° C
Storing -10° C to 60° C

 

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Laser Systems Product Guide

Laser Systems Product Guide

Need a laser system? This product guide will help you get started. It covers our Fiber Lasers, YVO4 IR, Green and UV lasers, and our CO2 laser systems offerings. It gives an overview of our enclosure and workstation options and what to consider when choosing the right laser system for your application.