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!
Finally a Gold marking process that does not remove the plating! Electronic devices are plated with 50 micro inches of Gold over 200 micro inches of Nickel. All previous attempts at laser marking vaporized both Gold and Nickel exposing the base metal Kovar which corrodes. The Laser Mark’s Company “Light Touch” process just kisses the top layer at the point of coupling and then stops reaction. This is why it is critical to define that transition point between reflection and laser coupling. The process is made possible using the magic of Wave Forms on the MOPA fiber lasers. The pulse width is shortened, and the power density is increased such that only the top surface of the gold is ablated. This process is perfect for military, aerospace, and other devices destined for harsh environments. Process is also possible with the new SPI EP-S-J series of lasers
Laser Mark’s Company has wide field F-theta lenses combined with precision motion control. Together we can create marking programs for high volume processing. Time is money and with the right kind of fixturing, enable marking costs to be greatly reduced. Laser Mark’s Company has 6 MOPA Fiber Laser systems in addition to Single Mode 2.2mJ high power DPY and a Galvo CO2. Come to Laser Mark’s Company to develop a process to meet your needs.
Yes, the old Lee lasers have been put out to pasture. (Actually they were sold off to a research institute at a university). All our 1064nm lasers are now solid state. This means no more variability in the quality of the mark as the lamps degrade over time. All Laser Mark’s Company machines are now maintenance free. That eliminates down time and makes pulse to pulse stability issues a thing of the past. All laser pulses now are clones of each other. We are the only job shop in Silicon Valley to be fully solid state in 1064nm and our CO2 system is sealed as well. Come to Laser Mark’s Company for reliability and quick turn production.
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.
As soon as jobs are complete, we now email you with the invoice containing PO and process details. This will be the quickest and most secure means to provide this alert for your drivers. It is the goal of Laser Mark’s Company to be your JUST-IN-TIME laser process provider. Over time we hope to have all our customers Accounts Payable emails on this system as well. This will lower processing costs for everyone and contribute to greener manufacturing. Please make sure we have the best email addresses for your convenience.
3 months in the making. Days of discussion, Hundreds of photographs, nearly a dozen outside links, and Hours and hours of labor by the fine people at 1st Source Web has produced this new look for Laser Mark’s Company. We are very proud of it and know you will love it too. Expect a lot of technical information on laser processing to be put up on this site. We are here to help our customers succeed. Be sure to visit our YouTube “Laser Mark’s Company” channel as well.
This custom Laser Mark’s unit is designed to solve the flaws of current splitters on the market. The Hot mirror is 99%+ reflective, and it can be adjusted for perfect centering and then locked into place. That ability to adjust and then solidly lock is non-trivial as once the splitter is attached one must be certain the beam is straight down the bore. It must not be allowed to move once set. The Cold mirror blocks an addition 97% of the 1% of IR going to the camera. Its target can be moved to match the cross hairs on the video display. This is where flexibility is required. Better than 2micron per pixel of resolution can be achieved in the center of the field with the FT100 lens.
Price $2995 for splitter and mounts with camera for an optional $1200.
Custom designed by Laser Mark’s Company, this system utilizes a single mode Extended Pulse Control MOPA fiber laser. It can be configured to mark spot sizes from less than 10 microns on small fields, and <35 micron spots over 178mm square fields. The precision X-Y and Z axis have sub-micron repeatability over 250mm of travel. The Laser Mark’s designed video beam splitter provides the targeting for precision alignment. The screen in the photo displays crosshairs engraved by the laser itself. The system will be used by post graduate students to develop micro fluidic heat sinks, and nano particle ablative transfer along with dozens of other advanced research projects.