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UV Laser Marking Machine

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CRANBERRY TOWNSHIP, Pa., Sept. 15, 2020 — UV Laser Marking MachineThe 3W SMARTmark UV laser marking machine from Mecco is designed for heat-sensitive materials such as plastics, metals, and glass.

The system was designed to deliver clean, high-contrast, permanent barcodes and other unique identifiers without damage for a wide range of delicate or heat-sensitive materials. Its 355-nm wavelength is better absorbed and unlikely to burn surrounding material, leaving an accurate, damage-free mark. To enhance usability, a real-time visible live pointer is included for previewing marks.

The laser was designed to integrate with existing equipment and assembly lines. Manufacturers may also connect SMARTmark equipment to their enterprise, enabling industrial data collection.


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Sep 2020
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