Fiber Laser Marking Machine with Autofocus

The latest Fiber Laser Marking Machine is now available with an Automatic Focusing System. 



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 10-30 Watt Fiber Laser Marker

20 Watt Laser Marker

 30 Watt Fiber Laser Engraver

Marker on Desktop

 Fiber Laser Markers 20-30 Watt

Fiber Lasers final test

 Fiber Laser Work Stations

Lasers with workstations

 Fiber Laser Enclosure

Fiber Laser Enclosure

 3D Fiber Laser Marker

3D Fiber Laser w/ Workstation

 Table Top 3D Fiber Laser Marker

30Watt 3D Laser

 Compact Fiber Laser Marker

10 and 20 Watt Portable Fiber Laser Marker

 Rotary Chuck

Rotary Chuck for Marking Cylindrical Parts

 Rotary Table

Rotary Table for indexing multiple parts into marking area

 Fixture for Rotary Table

Fixture for Rotary Table



Screen shot of software program that operates the fiber laser markers and engravers




Fiber Laser Markers


We manufacture laser marking and engraving machines for a wide variety of applications. Many of our laser systems are manufactured and assembled in the USA. These Laser Systems for laser engraving and laser marking can increase production rates. 

It will save a lot of time and effort if you determine the type of laser you need for your application before shopping around. This information will lead you through the "mysteries" of lasers to your final selection. We will not go through the technical theories of how a laser works, but what lasers are used for what applications. We will determine the proper choices for Marking, Engraving, Cutting, Welding, and Scribing. 

There are many types of lasers, each having different characteristics and differing interactions with various materials. We need to know the lasers output wavelength, average power, peak power, pulse rate, beam quality, and beam size. It will also help us to understand the conversion efficiency and consumable requirements of a particular laser to evaluate the operating cost. 

The following are the various types of lasers we will be considering for the applications I mentioned above: 

The Fiber Laser, with a wavelength of 1,060 nm, is the newest and most efficient and reliable laser on the block with life times of 50,000 to 100,000 hours. It is diode pumped and has power output levels from 10-watts to 10 plus kilowatts. From 10 to 50-watts, it can be "Q" switched for marking and scribing applications including plastics. At the higher power CW mode of operation, it can be used very effectively for metal cutting and welding applications. The beam quality of the Fiber laser is generally much better than other 1,060 nm lasers so it will process parts faster for any given power level. The laser beam is delivered to the work piece via small diameter fiber cable with a focusing head so it is very flexible when trying to fit it into tight quarters or moving the laser beam at high speeds on an X-Y-Z Axis Gantry System. One laser can also share its laser beam with several workstations by switching the beam from one fiber optic cable to another. Laser Marking Machines are now the preferred method for marking and coding products. 

The Fiber laser has a wall plug efficiency of nearly 30%. This means it will take the least amount of electrical power to operate for any given power level. Pump diode lifetimes in excess of 100,000 hours are projected. This is truly a maintenance free laser. Fiber lasers from 10-watts to 100-watts are air cooled and over 100-watts are water cooled. Because of the higher efficiency of the fiber laser, the refrigerated chiller size can be smaller than other types of lasers operating at similar power levels.