Laser Marking Systems

The infrared (1064nm) wavelength is the most versatile marking wavelength available. This wavelength is ideal for marking ceramics, composites, metals, plastics, and painted/anodized materials.

The green (532nm) wavelength is a versatile marking wavelength, capable of marking a wide variety of materials including: ceramics, composites, metals, plastics, and painted/anodized materials.

The Ultra Violet (355nm) wavelength is widely used in marking ceramics, glass, and certain plastics.

CO2 Laser Marking Systems
CO2 Marking Lasers

Economical lasers for marking glass, rubber, plastics, wood, cardboard, leather, and more.

VIS Laser Marking Systems
VIS Vanadate Lasers

Compact, self-contained laser marking systems are ideal for integration into production lines.