Laser marking system requires low-voltage power

April 12, 2005

Precision Technology Group's Fiber Tower™ series marking systems require low-voltage power sources.

The small-footprint systems feature independent components, including a Q-switched fiber laser, scan head, PCI control board, and graphical-based programming software. They are suitable for ITO removal, IC chip package marking, 2-D symbologies and linear bar codes, OCR code marking, and other common marking applications, such as alphanumerics, logos, serial numbers, part numbers, lot codes, date codes, schematics, and graphics.

Simple installation facilitates quick start-up and production line integration, the company says. The design can be modified to meet specific production needs.

comments powered by Disqus