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Electronics

From marking PCBs to semiconductors and beyond, we provide the optimum technology for your application.

  • Solutions for nickel- and gold-plated components
  • Laser wavelengths for a variety of electronic industry materials
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Lasers for Electronics

From printed circuit boards to semiconductors, chips, and wiring, our experience allows us to help you navigate the unique challenges presented when marking electronic devices and components. 

MOPA laser technology allows for minimized surface penetration when marking gold- or nickel-plated semiconductors and chips. In addition, we have experience with delicate PCB etching, wafer scribing, and marking a variety of plastic housings and wiring components. 

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Our Capabilities

Browse our extensive capabilities to learn about various laser marking techniques, materials and industry-specific information.

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Our Facility

Located in southern Ohio, our 50,000-square-foot facility is home to a team of engineers, laser specialists, and a state-of-the-art applications test lab.

The Absolute Best Customer Service Around

The system has lots of capabilities with very simple and user-friendly hardware and software design and is easy to use. It is a great system for R&D and production use and it’s a very affordable solution to have a marking system in house.

Greg Golamirians, Director, Manufacturing Engineering, Alfred Mann Foundation

I have a small engraving business and my original Raptor II was a big purchase for me. When it needed servicing, I shipped it out to TYKMA Electrox in Ohio. Knowing I had orders piling up, TYKMA Electrox rushed it through their lab and shipped it right back within two days.

Karen Twombly, Silver Paw Pet Tags

TYKMA Electrox personnel demonstrated outstanding knowledge of our industry and their products… Rarely do we see this level of commitment from our vendors.

Troy Crosby, Fixture Manage, James Tool Machine & Engineering, Inc.

Laser Marking Electronics

Though laser marking has hundreds of fascinating applications and has been put to use in many diverse industries, one of the most essential uses for laser marking systems is in the production of electronics.

As technology continues to advance and consumers acquire more handheld and portable devices, the need for quality systems for laser marking electronics increases. Let’s take a look at how TYKMA Electrox can assist your business in its electronic laser marking needs.

Materials and Equipment

TYKMA Electrox specializes in fiber laser systems which are ideal for the laser marking of electronic parts due to the systems’ versatility.

Our laser marking systems are capable of marking the following materials, many of which are commonly utilized during electronics production:

As you can see, the possibilities for laser marking and laser engraving electronics are incredibly diverse, and that diversity is matched by the impressive line of equipment TYKMA Electrox offers.

We provide numerous laser marking systems which can meet the needs of any industry, with options in regards to size, maneuverability, workspace configuration and more. For a look at our advanced systems, be sure to visit our products page.

Electronics Applications

For companies looking to laser mark or laser etch electronics, know that fiber lasers have been utilized in a host of essential ways. Some of the product types and equipment that regularly utilize laser marking include:

  • Cell phones and smart phones
  • Laptops
  • Tablet computers
  • MP3 players
  • Circuit/PCB boards
  • IC chips
  • Silicon wafers
  • Molded plastic housings
  • Circuit breakers
  • Semiconductor parts
  • Product containers

For these and other products, laser marking systems are able to provide:

  • High-quality identification information, such as essential certifications, product specs, barcodes, alphanumeric codes, and 2D codes
  • Ablation of copper and other materials
  • Kapton ablation and removal
  • The ability to mark information on the smallest of components
  • Traceability for vital pieces of equipment
  • Permanent, solder-resistant markings which are machine-readable
  • Stylized corporate and product logos
  • Resistor trimming
  • Assistance with quality assurance and the protection of trademarks
  • Sped-up production time and increased efficiency

Additionally, laser marking systems have the added benefit of offering clear marks to create contrast but without causing electrical interference that could come from exposing copper components.

And because of laser marking’s cost effectiveness, efficiency, and precision, the method is greatly preferred to more outdated options like pad printing, stamping, chemical etching, and silk screening.

Emerging Applications

In addition to all the previously discussed benefits of laser marking electronic parts, new advancements in the laser industry are bringing about some fascinating possibilities for the future.

  • Data Crystal Storage – One amazing application is the emergence of data crystal storage. Through the use of laser etching, scientists have been able to place entire copies of important documents and books on coin-sized glass discs. These discs are estimated to last up to 13.8 billion years!
  • Superhydrophobic Surfaces – Recently, researchers have discovered a way to create superhydrophobic surfaces through laser etching. These surfaces are ideal for electronic components, and are seen as essential for future smartphone production to increase screen resilience.

Applications such as these are developing all the time, so be sure to stay up with exciting industry news like this with TYKMA Electrox’s news page.

Contact Us

If you’re interesting in utilizing these laser marking electronics applications for your business, feel free to contact us. Partnering with TYKMA Electrox is one of the best decisions you can make for your operations, because with us, the customer always comes first.

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