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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 15 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 2X or 3X 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 DXF, WMF, PLT, EMF, and raster files

All this for $16,995

NanoVIS Marking Laser For Integration
NanoVIS Marking Laser For Integration

NanoVIS marking laser for integration

NanoVIS Compact Marking Laser

NanoVIS compact marking laser

Laser Marking On Metal Parts

laser marking on metal parts

Laser Engraving On Metal Rod

laser engraving on metal rod

NanoVIS Marking Laser For IntegrationNanoVIS Compact Marking LaserLaser Marking On Metal PartsVIS Laser Mark On Pipe
Laser Type 1060nm a-Wave®
Laser Power 6W
Lens Options F100 – 60mm x 60mm marking area
F160 – 110mm x 110mm marking area
F254 – 180mm x 180mm marking area
Safety Classification Class 4
Dimensions Laser: 163 W x 283 L x 198 H mm (6.4″ x 11.1″ x 7.8″)
Power Supply: 180 x 135 x 100 mm (7.1″ x 5.3″ x 3.9″)
Weight 6 Kg (13 lbs)
Power Supply 100V / 240V 24VDC
Signals PLC Digital I/O
Graphics File Types Accepted CAD, raster, and vector formats:  AI, BMP, DXF, EMF, EPX, GIF, JPG, PCX, PLT, PNG, SVG, TIFF, WMF
VIS laser accessories

VIS Marking Laser

VIS Marking Laser

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

Dot Peen Marking Systems

Dot Peen Marking Systems

Programmable systems use a stylus to create high-quality marks on a variety of surfaces.

Talk to a product specialist about your
marking project.

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