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Laser Marking System

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NEWPORT, R.I., June 7, 2016 — Laser Marking SystemLNA Laser Technology has announced the MP2 All-In-One Diode-Pumped Solid State (DPSS) Laser Marking System.

The laser provides a pulse duration of 3 ns, high peak power of 30 kW and 24 VDC. The 1064-nm IR wavelength is designed for laser-marking a wide range of material including metals, plastics and organics. It includes laser beam scanning optics, control electronics and marking software.

The system is ideal for applications requiring high resolution but not necessarily high-speed throughput.


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Jun 2016
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