Vereo™ Integration Fiber Laser
A flexible fiber laser marking system, ideal for integration into production cells or automated workstations.
Vereo™ is ideal for manufacturers and integrators requiring a laser marking system for automated lines, assembly cells, benchtops and more. A MOPA based fiber engine up to 100 watts allows for high peak power, fast processing times and maximum application flexibility. This system is air-cooled and low maintenance, offering years of trouble-free operation and low energy consumption. Programming and connectivity are controlled through a simple USB interface to a laptop or desktop PC. Additional features such as external axis control, dedicated I/O and marking on the fly makes Vereo™ a powerful tool for any automated laser marking process. Our fiber lasers mark all metals, most plastics, carbide, anodized aluminum, painted or coated materials and more. Powerful MOPA fiber laser technology enhances the marking capabilities over basic q-switched fiber laser systems. Selectable pulse durations allow for the processing of a wider variety of materials and substrates.
- Class 4 Integration MOPA Fiber Laser
- Laser Options Include a 20W to 100W MOPA Fiber Laser
- Available with a Standard or Compact Scan Head
- 19” Rack Mount Compatible Controller (With Rack Mount Accessory)
- Touchscreen Interface with Password Protected Start, Status Display, and Diagnostics
- Discreet I/O for Automated Control
- USB Connection for Laser Control PC
- Air-Cooled and Low Maintenance
- Icon Interface Software Available for Laser Program Selection and Variable Data Changes with PLCs
- Optional Rotary Devices, Rack Mount Shelf, and More
|Laser Type||MOPA Fiber|
|Wavelength||1062 nm +/-3 nm|
|Scan Head Type||Vereo 7 or Vereo 10
40 & 260ns
40 & 260ns
40 & 260ns
|Operative Ambient Air Temp||7°-41°C
|Cooling Type||Forced Air|
|Red Alignment Laser (RAL)||Class II Red Diode (635nm)|
|Red Focusing Laser (RAL)||Class II Red Diode (635nm)|
|Power Requirement||Power Sensing 110-240 VAC 50/60 Hz|
|Standard F-Theta Focal Lens|
|Scan Head Type||Vereo 10||Vereo 7|
|Lens Size / Marking Field||163L M85
100mm x 100mm
100mm x 100mm 3.93″x 3.93″
|Working Distance (Approx.)||189mm / 7.44″||177mm / 6.9″|
|Optional F-Theta Focal Lens Upgrades
|Scan Head Type||Vereo 10||Vereo 7|
|Lens Size / Marking Field||254L M85
165mm x 165mm
6.5″ x 6.5″
155mm x 155mm
5.5″ x 5.5″
|Working Distance (Approx.)||297mm / 11.7″||280mm / 11″|
|Lens Size / Marking Field||330L M85
200mm x 200mm
7.87″ x 7.87″
|Working Distance (Approx.)||389mm / 15.3″||N/A|
|Lens Size / Marking Field||420L M85
260mm x 260mm
10.2″ x 10.2″
|Working Distance (Approx.)||494mm / 19.4″||N/A|
|Head Dimensions (LxWxH)||
|Rack Dimensions (LxWxH)||
483mm x 432mm x 146mm
|Head Weight (approx.)||
4.9kg / 11lbs
|Rack Weight (approx.)||
22.7kg / 50lbs
|Available Software Packages||Minilase Pro SE / Minilase Pro 3 64-Bit|
|PC||Windows 10 PC Required for Operation|
|Manual Control Interface||Touch Screen|
|External Connectors||USB / Diagnostic / Digital IO / Hardware Interlock / Stepper Motor Output (2 or 4, software dependent)|
|PLC Data Communication||AB and Siemens Ready Using Icon Interface Software Package|
|Included Accessories||Power & USB Cable / USB Drive with Software|
(Digital on USB)
|System Manual / Software Manual/ Laser Parameters Guide / Software Video Tutorials|
MOPA Fiber Laser
Our MOPA fiber laser technology marks all metals, most plastics, carbide, anodized aluminum, painted or coated materials and more. MOPA fiber lasers enhance the marking capabilities over basic q-switched fiber laser systems. Selectable pulse durations allow for the processing of a wider variety of materials and substrates.
Minilase™ Pro Design Software
With our user-friendly software, operators and engineers can quickly create marking files with text, barcodes, 2D codes, and a variety of graphic formats such as DXF, AI, PLT, BMP, and JPEG. CAD tools allow users to draw their own graphics and manipulate complex vector files. Automated date coding and serialization capabilities are also included. A preconfigured materials library takes the guess work out of setting up laser marking parameters. Control a rotary device for 360° marking. Our 3D module enables drawing and importing 3D shapes and objects for programming.
Icon Interface Software
Icon Interface, our off-the-shelf operator interface enables the following: advanced network data retrieval, TCP/IP communication protocol, SQL server connectivity, PLC interfacing, detailed photographic part fixture instructions and displays, operator restrictions and password protection, data entry via barcode scan, and more. Need additional capability? Let us create it for you!
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Built for Integration
Integration into automated work cells or custom enclosures is simple with a compact scan head design and 19”-rack-mount-compatible controller.
A touchscreen interface provides password-protected laser enabling, status display, and diagnostics.
Discreet I/O allows for automated laser control. Dynamic laser program and data string selection are available with our Icon Interface software.
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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. We run the machine two shifts per day and it is a key resource in our production process. I wish all of our equipment acquisitions were so productive in such a short time.
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