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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 DXF, WMF, PLT, EMF, and raster files

All this for $16,995

NanoVIS II Compact Vanadate Laser
NanoVIS II Compact Vanadate Laser

nanoVIS II compact vanadate laser

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 II Compact Vanadate LaserNanoVIS Compact Marking LaserLaser Marking On Metal PartsLaser Engraving On Metal Rod
Laser Typea-Wave® with auto regulation, 1060 nm wavelength
Laser Power6 W, variable
Lens OptionsF100 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 ClassificationClass 4
Dimensions L x W x H327.7 x 165 x 202.6 mm  |  12.9″ x 6.5″ x 8.0″
Weight7.7 kg  |  16.9 lb
Power Supply100V / 240V 24VDC
Graphics File Types AcceptedCAD, raster, and vector formats:  AI, BMP, DXF, EMF, EPX, GIF, JPG, PCX, PLT, PNG, SVG, TIFF, WMF
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