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Precision marking of multiple materials, from corrosion resistant black marking of stainless steel to micro marking of glass and polymers. Multi-color marking technology for metals and ceramics.

  • Marking of logo, serial numbers, QR, bar and data matrix codes on mobile phones, wristwatches, jewellery and medical instruments.

    How does it work?

    Laser marking is a method that involves using a intensive laser beam to modify the surface of an object. This interaction causes a change in the material. Laser marking is a collective term for various processes like ablation, engraving, black marking, color change, foaming, etc. The choice of method depends on the material and quality requirements.

    Methods of marking

    • Black marking. Black marking on stainless steel is a highly versatile technique when corrosion resistance is a critical factor.

    • Multi-color marking. Laser multi-color marking is fast and flexible way to add graphics, designs, and images to enhance a product.

    • Micro marking. This method is attractive for industries where extremely high accuracy and miniature components are required.


    • Permanent and high contrast mark on the surface

    • Up to 9000 mm/s processing speed

    • Laser marking is suitable for the whole range of materials: glass, metals, polymers, ceramics.

    • Micron level resolution process

    • No additive consumables


    The following materials have been marked with our machines:

    • Stainless steel
    • Brass
    • Titanium
    • Aluminum
    • Ceramics
    • Polymers
    • Glass and other transparent materials
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