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Why is the fiber laser marking more suitable for metal micro-machining?

Superwave Laser Technology Co.,Ltd | Updated: May 03, 2018

It is an indisputable fact that in various industry applications, especially in the medical, automotive and electronic industries, the required components are getting smaller and smaller.

Market is using a new micro processing technology, including the advanced laser marking machine with good beam quality, to obtain similar to traditional processing technology of the processing effect, but processing method is cheaper, faster, more flexible. The cost of optical fiber laser marking technology can be two to three times cheaper than traditional processing technology.
Is looking for ways to reduce the manufacturing cost, at the same time satisfy the miniaturization and processing challenges batch manufacturers, can use single mode fiber laser marking machine in a series of materials, including steel, nickel, titanium, silicon, aluminum and copper) implemented on good processing effect. Considering replacement of electrical discharge machining (EDM) equipment manufacturers, as well as those who are considering to adopt new technology may turn to 532 nm and 355 nm laser manufacturers, can consider to use optical fiber laser marking machine.
Micro-machining: you can only see the results and see no details.
Microprocessing refers to the use of machining operations such as drilling, cutting, marking and slotting, to produce very small features. Actually does not have an official standard to determine when an operation is the size of the micro processing, but a good rule of thumb is that without auxiliary tool, these features cannot be seen, or you can only see the results, but can't see the details. In other words, you may not know what to do with the material to get a specific processing effect. For example, if you drill a hole in a piece of copper with 50 mu m, you can only see the light, but you can't see how big or small it is.