Precision, artistic, and permanent marking on many different surfaces. Laser Engraving will never replace traditional scroll work from an artisan. Yet laser marking adds the ability to rapidly make custom designs. Adding pulse control from MOPA Fiber Lasers allows for variable depths, remelts, textures, and contrasts. AR-15 Receivers are marked with a the “211” Division logo of the SJ Police. The same logo was etched onto a wood stock for a gift for the retiring Lieutenant as well as the M1911 belonging to the Desk Sergeant. And note the Cross on the Glock21 slide. Zoom in on the photo and note that the engraving is both deep and smooth. This is due to the versatility of MOPA wave forms which can create a clean surface that does not attract rust. Laser Mark’s Company has all the tools!
The system is CLASS I certified and can be configured for many different laser processing functions. This allows the user to perform R&D and then easily convert the machine to production use. The enclosure also includes vibration isolation features in its framing as well as baffled access ports for dust vacuum and processing gas.
The Processing Station can accept a wide variety of lasers and controllers, multiple vision systems, and motion systems up to 300mm x 300mm. Now available as a standard platform for industry and analysis.
In a reversal of a national trend, a fully integrated Class I Disk Marking machine was recently created by Laser Mark’s Company and shipped to Asia. Laser Mark’s Company has the knowledge base in both lasers and systems integration to service industries world wide. And our new emphasis on CDRH compliance allows us to create custom Class I laser devices for your manufacturing need.
A new way to permanently apply metal onto glass by laser ablation was developed at Laser Mark’s Company. Previous through glass ablation efforts did not provide high adhesion and could be easily rubbed off. The Laser Mark’s Company process combines a specific MOPA pulse width to simultaneously couple with the glass surface when vaporizing a sacrificial adjacent metal shim. The vaporized metal fully adheres to the glass that is selectively heated. No stress to the glass is applied and the process works with Brass, Stainless Steel, and even aluminum. Note on the video how the metal can not be removed even by a high pressure erasure. Laser Mark’s Company can do this as a job shop service or design a custom laser system for in-house processing.
Finally, the ability to smoothly laser cut 1 mm thick silicon into complex shapes without high pressure gas and high wattage – high heat processing. Laser Mark’s Company MOPA fiber lasers optimizes pulse energy properties to smoothly etch out a kerf with only a 6 degree angle. Kerf widths are less than 200 microns and net average cutting speed is over 11mm per minute. Laser Mark’s Company can perform this service as a job shop or design a system for your own in house use. Thinner silicon cuts exponentially faster. Higher energy – higher speed roughing cuts are also available.
After 4 years working in the worlds finest laser labs, Mark Brodsky returned to rebuild, refresh and fully renovate Laser Mark’s Company. His goal will be to update the company with the best tools in the industry. New hardware; New Software; and perhaps soon a new facility.
We are adding new laser technology previously available to just the Fortune 500 companies. Laser Mark’s Company is the only Job Shop in Silicon Valley with MOPA Fiber technology. And we have Four of them!!!
Read the technical description on page 36 of this article from MepCon magazine http://issuu.com/mepcom/docs/meptec_report_spring_2012
MOPA fiber opens the door to many competitive advantages for etching, polishing, trimming, marking, engraving, serializing, micro welding, thin metal cutting and coloring on all sorts of materials.
Mr. Laser has written an article for Optics and Photonics News to describes this exciting new technology. Click on this link http://www.osa-opn.org/Content/ViewFile.aspx?id=13264 to read the full article.