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V.0020-uv UV Laser Marker

FOBA Laser Marking & Engraving (Alltec GmbH)Request Info
 
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The V.0020-uv UV laser marker from FOBA achieves high-contrast marks on various plastics and highly sensitive materials and substrates, such as aircraft cables, translucent or colored tubes, medical plastics for invasive applications, flame-resistant plastics for electronic housings, and glass.

The short-wave UV (355 nm) laser light causes a photochemical reaction on the processed product, altering the surface with little heat dissipation. The laser can mark products solvent-free and without additives, and it maintains sterility for medical plastics.


Vision-Spectra.com
Nov 2013
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