In the industrial sector, where components and products are produced in bulk and need to be furnished with product labels like serial numbers or barcodes, marking electronic parts and semiconductors with a laser is standard practice. Are you looking for laser technology that can mark both plastic and metal quickly and efficiently? The high-quality JustLaser laser markers provide flexible solutions for your demands and individual needs.
In a number of industries, it is now mandatory to mark components in production processes for the purposes of identification and traceability – whether you’re a small workshop or a large company. In the semiconductor and electronics industries, lots of information – usually “hidden” in complex QR codes, barcodes or data matrix codes – needs to be included on components, which are often extremely small. They need to meet high quality standards, as they need to be permanent, durable and easy to read despite the strain they are put under. Due to the numerous benefits, laser marking has established itself as the first choice for marking electronic parts and semiconductors. With the laser markers from JustLaser, you’ll enjoy the benefits of quickly, precisely and permanently marking your components with a laser. Depending on your needs and requirements, the process can be fully automated or semiautomated.
When laser marking electronic parts and semiconductors, a laser marker is used to furnish individual components with solder-resistant, permanent and precise labels. They are used for product identification, ensuring reliable traceability and quality, and to protect against forgery, e.g. in the form of:
The range of functional parts and components marked with a laser is especially large in the semiconductor and electronics industry. The following components are frequently marked using a laser marker:
Electronic parts and semiconductors are marked using a laser marker. Plastics are usually marked through colour change or foaming, and metals by means of annealing.
If the colour of a plastic surface is changed using a laser marker, you speak of a colour change. The mark is permanent and abrasion-resistant.
Foaming is usually carried out on dark plastics as the laser marking turns out lighter than the unmarked areas. The material is melted by the heat of the laser beam, creating little bubbles which reflect the light.
In annealing, the laser marker changes the colour on the surface of a material if the metal in question changes its colour when subjected to heat. The surface remains fully intact. Different temperatures result in different colour changes.
Für die Anforderungen der Laserbeschriftung elektronischer Teile und Halbleiter kommen zwei Lasersysteme in Frage.
Faserlaser erfreuen sich steigender Beliebtheit bei der industriellen Kennzeichnung, schließlich erzeugen sie permanente, präzise Markierungen mit hohem Kontrast und können sowohl blanke als auch beschichtete Metalle markieren. Darüber hinaus überzeugen die Faserlaser mit einfacher Bedienung, langen Betriebslaufzeiten und arbeiten kostengünstig und nahezu wartungsfrei.
Dank Lasermarkiermittel ermöglichen CO2-Laser die Direktmarkierung von Kunststoffen und Materialien jeglicher Art. Dieses wird vor dem Laserprozess auf das Material aufgetragen und beim Lasermarkieren in die Oberfläche eingebrannt. Dabei entsteht eine dauerhafte, schwarze Kennzeichnung.
The modern laser markers from JustLaser offer you a range of unbeatable benefits when it comes to marking electronic parts and semiconductors with a laser: