Usually, electronics end electronic components are made with an automated process, and laser marking is an integral part of it. In many cases, 2D traceability codes must be applied to tiny components (smaller than 5 mm2).
Laser is the only possible solution to ensure code readability and durability.
Plastic is widely used in electronics. Laser marking on plastic components requires extra attention. The smallest change in the amount of substance in the chemical composition can jeopardize the laser marking quality.
Laser Marking circuit breakers and switches
Laser Marking PCBs
Normally, the ideal laser for marking plastic has very short yet energetic pulses and high peak power. This way, the material does not liquefy (short pulse), and the imprinting is excellent (high peak power).
The FlyPeak laser revolutionizes laser marking on plastics. It has a very short pulse (up to 4 ns) and high peak power (up to 150 kW). This laser ensures the same results as a UV laser at a price that is 30% cheaper. Additionally, the FlyPeak laser requires little maintenance and lasts longer than a UV laser.
UV lasers are extremely popular for processing plastics. They produce optimal results in 100% of cases. LASIT’s product line includes UV nanosecond lasers (3W and 8W) and lasers with an average power of 1W picosecond.
Rotomark: LASIT’s range of rotary laser markers is ideal for doubling or quadrupling productivity. While the laser marks on a component, the operator is loading the next one.
RTB: LASIT’s line of rotary laser markers is perfect for doubling or quadrupling productivity. While the laser is marking a component, the operator is already loading the next one.