Custom Laser Systems

 

 

 

Custom Laser Marking System

Custom Laser Marking System

 

Custom Laser Marking System

The custom laser processing system enclosure design incorporates welded steel construction. The lower drawer is designed to accept 1M long parts. The internal laser marker marks the components to specification when the drawer is closed. The sealed light-tight design with removable interlocked covers, panels and doors provide easy and safe access. Internal lighting and laser safety window for visual inspection during the laser process are included with the ergonomic design. Complies with CDRH requirements as a Class 1 enclosre. The enclosure contains the complete laser head, laser beam ad delivery and motion system.

Laser

The laser including the laser head, power supply, laser control, and chiller are integrated into the system. The laser and wavelength are pre-determined dependent upon the application. Capacitive height sensing, CCD cameras, galvos, trepan heads and beam shuttles are some of the available options.

Tooling

Any standard or custom tooling required are available options

Compatibility

All design and engineering of custom systems are performed in-house by the staff of engineers at Haas Laser Technologies, Inc. in conjunction with the customer. The customer will approve the final design before being manufactured to ensure system compatibility.

 

Additional options available upon request

We would be happy to discuss a custom designed solution that's right for any project, large or small. For additional information, contact a Haas Laser Technology sales representative today. (973) 598-1150

 

** Specifications subject to change without notice. Consult a Haas Laser Tech engineer for the latest specification changes or any additional assistance. **

 


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