The efficiency of your production plant is reflected in the control and management of the optimization of machines and equipment, where in addition to software accuracy, its mechanical correctness is equally important.
The development and progress of the metal industry today has become unthinkable without modern CNC machines. CNC machines are very widely used in all other fields of industry, such as wood, plastic, stone, glass and the like. No matter what industry it is, with this type of technology, the path from idea to product is significantly easier for the manufacturer. According to the principle of a computer-given model, the machine moves following the given coordinates, and the ultimate goal is a product obtained according to a precisely determined specification.
CNC routers, milling machines and lathes are used for processing light and heavy metals, as well as various metal stamping machines. Milling machines and lathes are heavy and massive machines used in large factory plants for mass serial production, so these machines usually work 24 hours a day. There is no need to talk about how important it is for production these machines to be constantly maintained and in good condition.
There are various methods of marking different surfaces. These include screen printing, dot pen, electrochemical marking and laser engraving (marking). Although all techniques have their advantages and are suitable for various surfaces, laser engraving (marking) has an additional advantage; the ability to mark a variety of surfaces, ranging from heavy materials such as metal to relatively sensitive, those such as plastic, silicone and glass.
Engraving (marking) of fragile and delicate materials is a difficult task, and the risk of permanent damage to the material constantly exists. However, laser technology mostly eliminates the risk of material damage altogether and has the ability to mark materials such as plastic and silicone, which cannot be labeled using other technologies.
Modern laser machines are computer controlled to ensure high accuracy. They also have a screen that shows exactly what will be printed. At the touch of a few keys, you get your work done with superb precision.
Laser machines also have the ability to print designs and alphanumeric arrays on very small areas. They can print about twenty characters on an area of less than a centimeter, without any risk of surface damage.
Laser engraving (marking) has gained immense popularity in the electronics industry in particular. As technology continues to advance, electronic devices and their parts are becoming smaller every day. However, each of the ingredients, which is often measured a few millimeters in length, must be labeled to ensure proper identification. Precise marking of resistors, diodes, integrated circuits, etc., can be achieved by marking with laser technology, without the risk of component damage.
Laser engraving (marking) is used in the medical industry also, typically for marking surgical instruments and other sensitive medical equipment. Medical equipment is often chemically treated to prevent corrosion; laser marking ensures that this surface remains unchanged, after marking. It’s a safe and convenient way to tag medical instruments.
There are several other benefits associated with laser engraving when it comes to quality on brittle and delicate products:
– One-time marking – Once a product has been marked, the mark cannot be removed!
– Suitable for objects of different sizes
– Computer control can ensure accuracy up to micron levels
There are a variety of laser machines available through a number of manufacturers around the world, but when it comes to excellent quality, reliability and great performance, HeatSign are among the best.