Laser Marking Machines

The Fibre laser marking machine can be used for engraving on metal materials and some non-metallic materials. All kinds of fine and complex patterns can be marked on the surface of the product which is suitable for all types of super-fine marking. The system is PC-controlled and very easy to use. The engraving laser has a red light pointer to show the laser path while in operation.

Example of height difference

Height differences of 3 mm are compensated without loss of quality.

example height difference for laser marking

Example of cavity

Punch Ø: 15 mm
Font size: 3 mm
Stock removal: 0.5 mm

Example of cavity laser marking

This overview shows you results by varying the forward feed and frequency. The output is always set to 35% in this example. The numbers from 100 to 800 represent the forward feed rate and the numbers from 20 to 70 indicate the selected frequency.

laser marking

colour variation with laser marking

Benchtop Laser Marking Machine (PLMP20 model)

benchtop laser marking machine

Whenever greater flexibility is required, it makes sense to use an open laser marker. Here you have considerably fewer restrictions with regard to the workpiece size. In addition, you can swivel the LaserMarker head (on the PLMPF30 model) as desired, making it possible to apply markings on vertical surfaces for example.

Laser Marker Machine (PLMPF30 model)

laser marker machine

Mains voltage 220-240 V, 0.5 kVA, 50 Hz
Type Fibre Laser
Output (w) 20 30 20 30
Wavelength (nm) 1064
Marking area (mm) 110 x 110
Working area (mm) 350 x 230 x 130 N/A
Dimensions (mm) Control Unit 680 x 428 x 705 400 x 210 x 490
Laser Unit 600 x 95 x 140
Device 600 x 305 x 680 (1370-1480) x 850 x 800
Weight (kg) 63 40 51

Closed Laser Marker (PLM20 & PLM30 models)

benchtop laser marker machine


Continuous marking of cylindrical components is not possible without a motorised rotary axis. The motorised rotary axis continuously moves the workpiece into the optimum position. Marking is performed evenly over the entire length. Two sizes are available. With the standard lens, the marking area is 110 x 110 mm. This area can be increased for example by changing the lens.

Rotary axis for laser marking
Rotary axis, motorised
Clamping width: up to 80 mm

Rotary axis for laser marker
Rotary axis, motorised
Clamping width: up to 60 mm

eye protection glasses for laser marker
Eye protection glasses
for LaserMarker systems

lens for laser marker
for LaserMarker systems Max. marking area 150 x 150 mm
(other sizes on request)

X-Y table for laser marking
X/Y table
Dimensions: 95 x 350 x 270 mm
Drilling holes: M6 (25 x 25 mm grid)
Colour: silver
Weight: 7.6 kg