It is essential for components to be fully traceable in the automotive industry, and not just for safety and technical reasons. Unique, forgery-proof and easy to read – these factors are of maximum relevance in the automotive industry. Data matrix codes and alphanumeric inscriptions are usually used for this. The laser markers from JustLaser can be used to immortalise these important codes on almost any material: regardless of whether the components are made from metal or plastic, the process ensures durable, perfectly legible and quick labelling.
Laser marking in the automotive industry offers a number of benefits: protection against forgery, durability, maximum precision and speed as well as a high contrast – they all make laser technology the ideal method for labelling components.
As laser inscriptions are also resistant to thermal stress and contact with acids, petrol, oil and heat, maximum traceability is permanently guaranteed for individual components in terms of quality. Thanks to simple operation (software packages) and high throughput rates, laser marking is also beneficial from an economic perspective.
A number of different materials in vehicles are processed – from steel, plastic and light metals to natural fibres. It’s all the more valuable that the laser markers from JustLaser provide high-quality results on almost any material. Laser marking in the automotive industry is possible on almost any surface:
Data matrix codes, alphanumeric and functional inscriptions are standard in the automotive industry. For optimal traceability and maximum durability, laser marking is the established process for marking individual components in the automotive industry. Laser engraving can be used to produce logos and design elements on a range of components. Regardless of whether they’re plastic, aluminium or metal elements – with the laser markers from JustLaser, you can rely on high precision and maximum quality! The following components are frequently marked using a laser marker:
Laser machines are used especially frequently in the supply industry nowadays. Laser cutting technology is considered extremely beneficial for working with plastics and textiles in vehicles – for two-dimensional applications, for example. You can benefit from the clear cutting of a laser cutter when producing a number of components for the interior and exterior of cars: using a laser to cut spacer fabrics without crushing is just as popular as using a laser to cut fibreglass textiles for heat-protection textiles. It also possible to produce reliefs or large-format structures over entire processing surfaces.
The focussed light of the laser cutter guarantees standardised, high production quality. The clean cuts do not cause textiles to become frayed, for example, meaning it is no longer necessary to carry out subsequent work on the material. As the material doesn’t need to be fixed in place, no unsightly deformations occur as a result of laser cutting. Contactless, precise, simple – that’s what characterises laser marking in the automotive industry.
In the supplier industry, the process of laser marking has prevailed over alternative processing options in the automotive industry. The range of functional parts and components cut with a laser is particularly extensive in the vehicles industry:
With the JustLaser Laser Marker, you can also benefit from low investment costs and set-up costs in comparison to other devices and purchase a high-quality product that will win you over through its high throughput speed and precision! The laser parameters can be flexibly adjusted to the material in question to achieve optimal results. Even the finest lines and delicate patterns can be produced perfectly.
Thanks to consistently-high cutting quality and maximum flexibility in the selection of contours, the laser machines from JustLaser offer many benefits in more than just the vehicles industry.