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SPI Lasers breddar sitt sortiment av pulsade fiberlasrar för märkning
2007-09-21 11:36

SPI Lasers’ RM (restricted modulation) Pulsed Laser Modules are
the newest members of the marking product family, providing a
solution that is ideally suited to high volume, single application
operations.

The newly introduced 10 & 20W modules bring the total to four
pulsed laser within the current range, providing the laser
marking market with complete coverage. The flexible and
feature rich 12W and 20W G3 models have successfully served
the marking and micro machining markets respectively, securing
volume orders in a wide variety of applications such metal and
plastics marking, paint on plastic removal , i.d.card marking,
and thin film ablation. However, feedback from customers with
marking systems dedicated to a single application on materials
such as metal reported feature redundancy when using the 12W.

The new 10W and 20W lasers offer an equivalent performance
to the best fibre lasers on the market today focussing on sub
100KHz marking applications. The 12W and 20W full feature
lasers open up new marking and processing opportunities
requiring over100KHz repetition rates competing across the
entire spectrum of fibre and vanadate lasers.

The new entry level 10 & 20W pulsed laser models provide the
answer as Vice President of Sales, John Tinson explains ’SPI has
spent months listening to our customers in order to really
understand what makes a marking business competitive, and
the result is the new, broader range of pulsed lasers. This
enhanced range of products enables industry to procure with
ease and confidence, the most cost effective and efficient
marking equipment in line with their needs’

This new lasers are well suited to basic metallic and plastic
marking applications which make up the bulk of consumer and
industrial marking requirements.


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Kontakta BFi OPTiLAS AB för information... - Patrick Brandelind, 2007-09-21 11:39

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