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The smallest marking laser in the world, the NanoVIS is a revolutionary laser that yields results comparable to more expensive units in a compact unit weighing less than 17 lbs.  Using the patent pending a-Wave® technology, the nanoVIS marks most metals, plastics, ceramics, and more with automatic regulation of frequency up to 20W.  Get marking results similar to systems that cost 2 to 3 times more.

The nanoVIS software is easy to learn, multilingual, and gives the user many parameters to adjust for ultimate marking performance.

  • mark text, logos and graphics, bar codes, and 2D codes
  • automatically mark serial numbers, shift codes, and date codes
  • mark any TrueType font (TTF)
  • import and mark DXF, JPG, BMP and GIF graphics
NanoVIS II Compact Vanadate Laser
NanoVIS II Compact Vanadate Laser

nanoVIS II compact vanadate laser

NanoVIS II Class 4 Laser

nanoVIS II Class 4 Laser

Laser Marking On Metal Parts

laser marking on metal parts

Laser Engraving On Metal Rod

laser engraving on metal rod

NanoVIS II Compact Vanadate LaserNanoVIS II Class 4 LaserLaser Marking On Metal PartsLaser Engraving On Metal Rod
Laser Type a-Wave® with auto regulation, 1060 nm wavelength
Laser Power 6 W, variable
Lens Options F100 Lens – 60  x 60 mm marking area (2.3″ x 2.3″)

F160 Lens – 110 x 110 mm marking area (4.3″ x 4.3″)

Safety Classification Class 4
Dimensions L x W x H 327.7 x 165 x 202.6 mm  |  12.9″ x 6.5″ x 8.0″
Weight 7.7 kg  |  16.9 lb
Power Supply 100V / 240V 24VDC
Graphics File Types Accepted DXF, JPG, BMP and GIF
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