Fiber Laser marking machine TI-FML-50
PRICE FROM € 16.000,- EXCL. VAT
Or € 339,- excl. VAT per month (60 months duration)
FIBER LASER MARKING SYSTEM TI-FML-50
The fiber marking laser TI-FML-50 is mainly used for (deep)marking , engraving and cutting of metals (direct) . The advantages of the fiber marking laser TI-FML-50 are, speed, accuracy, durability , very little maintenance , and the lower power consumption.
We have deliberately designed the housing with a small footprint so that the unit can be placed anywhere. Want to mark a larger object? This is also possible with this versatile fiber laser marking machine TI-FML-50.
The fiber marking laser TI-FML-50 is fast and accurate and is therefore very suitable for production work and marking / engraving of small pieces of metal or plastic . Fiber lasers cannot engrave glass. Due to the wavelength of 1.064 nm, the laser will go through the glass.
Fiber lasers are widely used by major manufacturers to provide products with product codes such as bar code, QR code or serial numbers.
There are 3 marking methods possible:
- Annealing – discolors the material and is superficial
- Polish – polishes the material as it were and is superficial
- Etch – burns into the material (also removes material) and is a durable permanent engraving
VERY LONG LIFESPAN
Fiber lasers have an average lifespan of 50000 hours . Fiber lasers are widely used for medical industry, data sheets, advertising companies, gift shops, engraving companies etc.
OVERVIEW IN POWER DIFFERENCES:
20W fiber laser marking machine
It is mainly for marking on surface such as steel, brass anodized aluminum and stainless steel. For engraving, it has a capacity limit.
It cannot engrave too deeply and the engraving time will be very long. Meanwhile, the engraving result is also less good.
It can engrave at most 0.5 mm deep on steel in about 30 to 60 minutes.
30W fiber laser marking machine
30W has more peak power than 20W. In addition to the same marking, 30w can also engrave better.
For cutting, the marking machine can cut gold and silver. 30w also has better performance for this.
It can cut a maximum of 0.7 mm silver and 1 mm gold. It will take some time and passes to accomplish.
Based on that, regardless of the performance, but also based on the costs, 30w is also the most popular type.
50W fiber laser marking machine
The fiber laser marking machine TI-FML-50 can be seen as the updated version of 30w.
For choosing 50w, it is mainly for engraving and cutting.
Compared to 30w it will take almost half the time to engrave or cut the same materials.
Of course it can cut 0.3 mm thicker silver and 0.5 mm gold than 30w.
100W fiber laser marking machine
100w can be considered the heavy duty version and is used for deep engraving and cutting of material. In addition, the power allows markings and engravings to be applied very quickly. This makes the machine very suitable for marking “on the fly”.
- if you do not use deep mark or engraving, 20w is the first choice
- If you mark and engrave often, but time is not a problem, you can consider 30w
- If you need a higher engraving and cutting efficiency and you have the budget, choose 50w
- If you want to work very quickly or if you want to mark “on the fly”, it is best to choose a 100w
In fact, 20w and 30w can meet 90-95% of the needs. 50w and 100w is then especially for demanding users or companies where time is a determining factor.
|Fiber laser source 50 Watt||Galvanometric scanning head|
|Professional controller system||Focus lens|
|European computer (fanless) with SSD harddrive, low power consumption system. Monitor, keyboard and mouse||Safe housing with LED lighting, special laser safety window, user-friendly design and connection to air extraction|
|Laser marking software||Autofocus|
|Imported servo motors and drives from Japan||Training to guide you through your machine|
|Red dot pointer (red laser point for clearly displaying your marking place and large)||2 year warranty|
|Working range laser||110×110, 150×150, 175×175, 200×200, 250×250 mm|
|Work table||305×305 mm|
|External dimensions||350 (W) x 800 (D) x 800 (H) mm|
|Maximum height object||(110 lens) 350mm|
|Laser source||Q-switched Pulsed Fiber laser|
|Optical fiber cable||2 meters|
|Power laser||50 Watts|
|Positioning||Integrated red dot laser|
|Height adjustment galvo head||Electric|
Aluminium is one of the most common materials and is used in many industries. Usually, with a lighter marking intensity, aluminum will turn white. It looks good when the aluminum is anodized. More intense laser settings ensure a dark gray or charcoal color on, for example, cast aluminum.
Brass and copper
Brass and copper have high thermal conductivity and thermal transfer properties and are often used for wiring and circuit boards. Their thermal properties are ideal for laser marking systems because the heat is quickly dissipated. This reduces the impact that the laser can have on the structural integrity of the material.
Tungsten and Carbide
Tungsten and Carbide are two of the hardest metals on earth and are widely used in tooling and cutting applications. Another popular segment for these metals are wedding rings.
Chrome plating offers a stylish and refined finish and usually requires minimal laser intensity to remove or get through the plating. Care should be taken to ensure that the marking occurs only on the surface, without affecting the chrome layer.
Coated and lacquered metal
There are many types of coatings that are used to harden metals or protect them from corrosive elements. Some coatings, such as powder coating, are thicker and require more intense laser settings to remove completely. Other coatings, such as black oxide, are thin and intended to protect only the surface. These are much easier to highlight and will provide greater contrast.
Fiberglass & Carbon Fiber
Fiber-based materials such as fiberglass can be marked with limitations. Since they consist of individual fibers, the structural integrity can be damaged by the laser, resulting in a blurred marking.
Nickel is often used as plating. The plating is often used for the protection of parts against corrosive elements. Care must be taken to ensure that it is not pierced or damaged, exposing the underlying metal surface.
Plastics and polymers
Plastics and polymers are by far the most comprehensive and variable materials that can be marked with lasers. There are so many different chemical compositions that you can’t easily categorize them. We recommend testing the marking to ensure the best results. A good example of material variability is delrin (POM or Acetal). Black delrin is easy to mark and provides a strong white contrast with the black plastic. Natural/white Delrin cannot be marked. The most common technique when marking plastic and polymer is color change.
Rubber is an ideal material for engraving because it is soft and very absorbent. However, laser marking rubber offers no contrast.
Silver and Gold
Precious metals such as silver and gold are very soft. Silver is a tricky material to mark because it easily oxidizes and affects. Gold can be marked very easily and needs little strength to get a good, contrasting mark.
In addition to aluminum, stainless steel is the most marked metal. It is used in virtually every industry. There are different types of stainless steel, each with different carbon contents, hardness and finishes. The geometry and size of the parts also vary greatly, but they all allow for a variety of marking techniques.
This lightweight superalloy is heavily used in medical and aerospace applications due to its strength, durability and limited mass. Industries that use this material bear heavy liability and must ensure that the marking that is carried out is safe and non-harmful. Aerospace applications require heavy fatigue testing to ensure that the titanium part does not absorb structural damage through Heat Affected Zones (HAZ). Not all lasers are able to perform such markings. For the medical industry, most titanium parts are actually placed permanently in the human body, or for surgical tools that will be used in the human body. Therefore, markings should be sterile and durable. Also, these marked parts or tools must be approved by the FDA to ensure that they are truly inert and safe for their intended use.
REVIEWS Fiber Laser markeermachine TI-FML-50
Our special knives also deserve special attention. Sometimes it is a gift, sometimes for companies, but ultimately a personal text, logo or image is an added value for our customers.
To make it even more special, we opted for a MOPA laser marking machine that can mark in color in stainless steel, titanium, etc. This gives just that little bit extra. Our customers, like us, are very satisfied with the results. The delivery by Trabiss International went well and with pleasant contact. The service and reachability is very good.
To expand our (machine) capacity, we have purchased two machines from Trabiss International. Both a CO2 laser engraving machine and a fiber laser marking machine have been in use for several years now. The machines are widely used and work very pleasant, simple and reliable.
We have chosen Trabiss International as a local supplier, but also because of the good reachability and service. We will continue to do business with Trabiss International in the future.
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