VLASE DPSS Laser Marker
The Datalogic V-Lase systems are the very latest manifestation of years of on-going development based around the End-Pumped DPSS laser technology. These systems are available in a range of different power levels and wavelengths, that offer market leading technical specifications.
- Based around a well developed and well established high performance laser technology
- All V-Laser systems come with an embedded PC as standard.
- Available in 1064, 532 and 355nm wavelengths
- Features packed Lighter software
- Well suited for medical device marking due to short pulse durations.
Supplied as standard with a 24 month parts and labour warranty with the option to extend this for up to 5 years (on some systems), the V-Lase systems have proved to be a highly reliable technology, that delivers consistently high-quality part marking results on a wide variety of materials, including metals and alloys, plastics, carbides and hardmetals and many other materials.
Compact in design and without the need for a separate PC, the Datalogic V-Lase systems are easy to integrate and can be also used for ‘marking on the fly’. Well suited for both basic marking applications as well as high speed automated marking applications, the Datalogic V-Lase technology has been introduced into many of the worlds leading companies and advanced technology sectors, where high-quality marking, reliability and high-speed automation is required.
Available in 1064nm, 532nm and 355nm wavelengths, the Datalogic V-Lase systems have the capability to mark almost all materials, with the shorter wavelengths producing excellent marks on medical grade and difficult to mark polymers, transparent colourless plastics and glass materials too. These wavelengths and the DPSS laser technology also offer a lower heat affected zone than other laser technologies that gives excellent marks on semi-conductor materials (such as silicon for wafer marking), and medical devices where low heat input is important.
Linked to and supplied with the powerful yet easy to use Lighter software, the creation of marking programmes could not be easier with the flexibility to import and mark graphical layouts in a variety of different file types. This software is a step ahead with the capability to be used as a simple stand-alone software package, or with a simple Ethernet connection it can be used in a Master-Slave mode for more advanced part marking solutions.
Laser Lines offers a free sample marking service, where trial parts can be marked using the Datalogic V-Lase systems, to help customers see the mark quality that can be achieved using this technology.
- Laser Marking
- Diode-Pumped Solid-State Lasers, are a well developed and reliable technology that offers strong levels of efficiency together with compact build designs. DPSS lasers have now replaced flash lamp laser technologies for most industrial and scientific applications. The use of a Diode Module to pump an Nd:YAG or Nd:YVO4 crystal, creates a light wavelength of 1064nm, although by changes within the resonator design a range of lower wavelengths can also be created, that can be useful for scientific laser applications and for industrial marking applications on troublesome plastic and glass materials. DPSS lasers are one of the most popular laser technologies due to efficiency, reliability and flexibility. Compact low maintenance systems with long-life diode modules Available from low power milliwatt systems up to high power kilowatt systems DPSS Lasers can be configured to deliver a wide variety of different wavelengths DPSS lasers continue to be one of the most popular and widely used laser technologies that can offer high power levels with good beam quality. They can also be configured as milliwatt lasers with very high beam qualities for scientific applications and for pointer diodes etc. DPSS lasers boast some useful technical advantages that are often overlooked for industrial applications in favour of fibre lasers - for example the ability to deliver very short nanosecond pulses, that allows high peak powers to be delivered at high repetition rates, with minimal thermal input. This can make DPSS lasers superior to standard fibre lasers for plastic marking and other heat sensitive applications. The capability to use DPSS lasers systems in continuous wave CW and pulsed modes, and at high repetition rates means that for industrial applications they can be used for a whole host of different processes, including laser cutting, welding, hardening, cladding and laser marking still one of their most popular uses . The larger beam size created in high power diode lasers along with the excellent power distribution means they are a more natural fit for some welding and cladding applications when compared with fibre laser technology. If you are interested in assessing different laser technologies Laser Lines can assist with trials to assess the suitability of specific laser technologies for a wide variety of applications.">DPSS