Marking laser
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Key points first Laser is economic when it comes to marking small components or even large workpieces precisely and permanent. There are several benefits: cab marking lasers have been designed to solve a wide range of applications. It is possible to mark stagnant products of metal or plastics in a wide range of industries: • ocus on smallest spaces, F as laser beams allow strong bundling • edtech – machine-readable encoding of medical M or surgical instruments, compliant with the guidelines on Unique Device Identification • Flexibility, as both metals and plastics can be marked – even on...

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Sample applications cab marking lasers mainly work with metals and plastics. Depending from the requirement and material, different methods are known: Engraving Evaporation with high energy density removes the material. An indentation with a sharp outline occurs. Markings on cast parts Annealing finds application mainly on highly alloyed stainless steel or titanium. Medical instruments Traceable sterilization Ablating uncovers material underneath the top layer. Examples include anodized or painted layers. Aluminum rating plates Automotive components Coloring finds application on plastics....

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Marking lasers XENO 4 The performance and quality of markings mainly depend from the output power and the laser beam focus. Marking is possible on plastics, metals and painted surfaces. cab XENO 4 marking lasers are diode-pumped and air-cooled. They have high beam quality and high pulse peak powers. Beam sources are provided with 20, 30 and 50 Watt. Different plano-spherical lenses enable marking in fields from 69 x 69 mm to 290 x 290 mm. XENO 4 marking lasers consist of two units: A control unit with an integral beam source and a scan head that is connected with the beam source via a...

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Shifting the focus with XENO 4S By shifting the focus, XENO 4S can within fractions of a second effortlessly compensate height differences on a component. By mechanical unit adjustment, even complex markings are possible on different levels of a component without loss of cycle time. A control unit calculates the respective layout scaling. Depending from the plano-spherical lens in use, shifting is possible up to ±70 mm. Marking field Operation distance Operation distance

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Technical data Marking laser Beam source  cw output power up to W Pulse energy mJ Wave length nm Beam quality M2 Pulse width ns Pulse repetition frequency kHz Connection cable m Plano-spherical lens on LensType Operation distance mm Spot diameter µm = Resolution dpi Scan head Assembly Marking speed mm/s Shift of focus mm Speed of shift of focus mm/ms Pilot laser Wave length nm cw output power mW Electronics Processor 32 bit clock rate MHz Main memory (RAM) MB Data memory (Flash) MB Dimensions and weights Control unit W x H x D mm Weight kg Scan head W x H x D mm Weight kg Operation panel...

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103 XENO 4 scan head XENO 4 control unit XENO 4S scan head Dimensional drawing

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Laser marking system XENO 1 2.1 - 2.4 XENO 1 is a compact desktop system, demanding little footprint and offering a large work area. XENO 1 fits with marking on metals or plastics. XENO 1 completes the range of cab laser marking systems in the lower price segment. Processing the system complies with high industrial standards. The marking plane is adjustable in heights up to 200 mm with the motor-driven moveable Z-axis and easily and quickly with the focus finder. In case of graduated marking surfaces, the scan head is automatically tracked by software. Depending from the lens, the size of...

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Details XENO 1 is a fully equipped laser marking system offering high operating comfort for marking single components and series. Motor-driven operation door Scan head, providing motor-driven height setting and a pilot laser to preview the marking Focus finder to set the marking plane Rotary axis with a 3-jaw chuck for markings on cylindrical items Digital I/O interface control and monitoring, provided are 8 inputs and outputs, freely programmable Plug to connect the rotary axis Operation panel providing buttons and status display Groove plate to clamp workpiece carriers Z-axis, moveable...

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Laser marking system XENO 3 3.1 - 3.2 XENO 3 provides an integrated laser system to mark metal and plastic plates permanently. Fiber laser beam source, control unit and operation room are incorporated in a joint laser safety housing according to protection class 1. Due to its compact design and small footprint, XENO 3 fits with desktop operations. Markings applied by a XENO 3 remain clearly legible even in the long term in rough surroundings. Hydraulic cylinders, engines, pumps, gears, vehicle chassis oder system components are typical items to be marked with a XENO 3. Replace magazines...

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Details XENO 3 is a fully equipped laser marking system offering high operating comfort for marking single plates and series. Setup door Operation panel providing buttons and status display Scan head, providing manual height setting and a pilot laser to preview the marking Extraction, integrated Carry handles Typeplate handling module Replace magazine Output magazine Port to connect an extraction and filter system 2 x Ethernet 10/100 Base As delivered, the device has been configured with an IP address or in DHCP mode. External 24 V for additional operations E-stop to integrate into external...

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Laser safety housing LSG+100E The laser safety housing LSG+100E offers an industrial solution for marking component series with a marking laser XENO 4. The rugged metal design besides a large work area provides enough space to integrate both the beam source and an industrial PC in a 19“ assembly frame. A keyboard and a monitor are assembled ergonomically to a pivot arm. The operation door opens and closes electrically. Laser safety housing Operation room W x H x Dmm Grooved plate, T-slot, W x D mm Pitchmm Z-axis stroke mm Position accuracy mm Repetitive accuracy mm Traversing speed up to...

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Details Setup door A large setup door allows to access LSG+100E easily. Jigs may be assembled comfortably to the grooved plate in the well-lit operation room. Linear axis Z400 It provides precise and fast focus setting. For setup, the axis is traversed with the help of buttons integrated to the operation panel. Accessories 4.3 PC in a 4 height units 19’’ rack 4.4 Monitor 19’’ 4.5 Standard keyboard, optical mouse 4.6 Keyboard with trackball 6.7 Extraction and filter system AF5 8.1 on request: Rotary table module RTM650 8.6 Linear axis X400 8.7 Rotary axis D30 8.8 3-jaw chuck D30 8.12 Axis...

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