Laser Marking

Laser marking or burning is a general technique in which the laser interacts with the material to create a durable, high-contrast mark on the surface.

  • Laser marking is commonly applied to metals
  • The mark is durable with a medium to dark contrast
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The Details

General marking aggressively burns the surface of the material. Depending on the substrate, the mark will vary in color from medium brown to black or gray. The marked surface will feel rough to the touch and feature areas of rise and fall on the material. This creates a durable result on the component.

Best Materials for Laser Marking

Laser marking on steel and stainless steel is utilized in a variety of industries, including healthcare, oil and gas, automotive, and beyond. For an in-depth laser marking finish, deep laser engraving can be considered for a clearer and complete result.

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Best Laser Machines for Marking

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

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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.

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Jeff Forbush, Owner, 4Bush Weapons Systems

The TYKMA Electrox Minilase 20W fiber laser has been a great asset for us. We were able to quickly migrate our production from older laser technology to the Minilase. It produces a higher-quality mark in less time.

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