Laser Marking Subsystem

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SANTA CLARA, Calif., Dec. 2, 2019 — Laser Marking Sub-SystemThe PowerLine E Twin laser-based marking subsystem from Coherent Inc. is designed for the fast serialization marking of delicate and heat-sensitive parts such as semiconductor integrated circuits.

The Class IV system is comprised of two diode-pumped solid-state lasers, two galvanometer scanners, all associated drive electronics, control software, and chiller. The combination of twin lasers and scanners can simultaneously produce two different marks on a single workpiece. Additionally, it can cover a marking field as large as a 300-mm wafer or JEDEC tray, thus delivering double the effective marking speed of traditional, single laser products.

The PowerLine E Twin is designed for easy integration as a straightforward replacement for single laser markers. The combination of high speed, large marking field, an ability to produce individual marks, and powerful control software make it well suited for marking integrated circuits with serialization codes, performance specifications, traceability data, and anti-counterfeiting features.

Published: December 2019
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