Laser marking is a non-contact, non-subtractive manufacturing process that uses lasers to create semi-permanent or permanent imprints on the surface of objects. Rather than removing material from the object, it adds slight discoloration to small, localized areas of the surface. Compared to other marking techniques, this quality makes it better suited for use on sensitive or small parts.
Fiber lasers have been around since 1998 and they became more popular in 2011, when new nanosecond units with a wide range of applications, were introduced to the market. Fiber lasers share the market with Gas lasers that are more common. However, fiber laser marking machines are becoming increasingly popular because of their many benefits….