Marking Metals with the Fenix Laser Marker

While most steels require higher output powers to adequately mark them, certain kinds of steel (with less critical cycle times) can be marked with only 25-watts of laser power. The photo to the left was marked with Synrad’s 25-watt Fenix laser marker. On polished surfaces, the mark, although lighter than marks made with a 50W    laser, is totally readable.

With a slightly roughened surface, such as a bead blasted or cast finish, the mark contrast on steel is excellent. Below, a readable 2-D barcode was produced on cast steel. The ¼” square barcode contains 19 characters.

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