Type plates are used in many different fields – in medical technology, engineering and the automotive industry. They are used both for functional inscriptions and for the legal-mandated labelling of systems and products. Modern laser machines are particularly suitable for marking product information on type plates. You can use them to mark standardised sizes and exotic shapes – regardless of whether they’re made from aluminium or another metal or plastic (incl. 2 layers of foil). The precise laser engravers from JustLaser can be used to engrave and mark complex structures and to make the smallest marks. See for yourself!
The benefits of a JustLaser Laser Engraver are obvious when it comes to marking product information on type plates: they will win you over with their outstanding engraving quality and their broad range of possible applications. You can furnish plates with a durable, high-contrast and abrasion-resistant inscription which is resistant to oil, solvents and many other chemicals, heat, the cold and wear and tear.
Laser marking represents the fastest, most efficient and cheapest marking method, especially in industries where marking components and systems for the purposes of identification and traceability has become a legal obligation. The modern laser engravers from JustLaser are cost-effective for both individual production and for small batches. The following areas of application enjoy great popularity:
JustLaser Laser Markers and JustLaser Laser Engravers are particularly suitable for furnishing type plates made from a variety of materials with permanent labels:
A laser engraver is used to permanently mark materials when marking product information on type plates. There are a variety of procedures.
Laser engraving is frequently used for industrial labelling. In this process, the material is oxidised by a laser beam to the point that the surface of the material is vaporised or burned, creating an abrasion-resistant engraving.
If the colour of a metal changes as the result of exposure to heat, it can be marked using the annealing marking method. In this process, the laser machine, specifically here a laser marker, causes the colour to change on the surface of a material; different temperatures result in different colour changes. As this process leaves the surface fully intact, the process is frequently used for medical technology products.
Anodised and painted layers are particularly effective at absorbing laser light, meaning they can be vaporised well with it. This method also produces permanent marks.
The high-precision JustLaser technology is first choice when marking product information on type plates – whether they’re made from metal, plastic or laminate! They win people over with a number of benefits: