Laser Photonics introduces FLM XP standalone version of the compact fiber laser marking system
Laser Photonics, Lake Mary, Flor., www.laserphotonics.com has introduced the FLM XP standalone version of the compact fiber laser marking system. It is equipped with a scanning head and programmable z-axis.
Laser Photonics, Lake Mary, Fla., has introduced the FLM XP standalone version of the compact fiber laser marking system. It is equipped with a scanning head and programmable z-axis.
Operating as a standalone unit or as part of an in-line assembly line system, the FLM XP incorporates a fiber laser with scan head, industrial pc controller, power supply, Fiberscan C3 marking software and a laser safety enclosure. The FLM XP is powered by 110 VAC outlet, and with its plug-and-play capabilities, it is now easier than ever to set up and begin producing high quality marks on production parts.
Features include: an oversized opening for easy access; an exhaust outlet; an interior cabinet light; a consumable-free direct part marking on virtually any material; a heavy duty laser safety enclosure with viewing window for visualization of lasing process and visual alignment; ; a standard 160 F-Theta lenses — others available to increase marking field; maintenance free operation: 50,000 -100,000 MTBF; small spot size for extremely high quality marks; low voltage power source (110/220 VAC); and excellent beam quality (M2 < 1.05).