Alltec - Model DN50A - YAG Laser Marker
ALLTEC’s diode-pumped ALLPRINT DN50A meets the most stringent requirements at all times, regardless of whether throughput, flexibility, user-friendliness, reliability or economy is the prime criterion for the product marking. And whether electr(on)ic housings, computer keyboards, radio masks in day or night design, identification plates, tools, surgical instruments, fuel-injection nozzles, ball bearings, crankshafts or camshafts, fittings, stamps or injection moulds are to be marked or engraved.
Integration: The high-performance solid-state laser is designed for both stand-alone systems and easy integration into lines. It is capable of being completely controlled by computer and is therefore predestined for use in fully automated production (just-in-time, computer integrated manufacturing). Operation: The ALLPRINT DN50A can be operated either directly on the equipment itself using the touch screen on the supply unit or online via a central processing unit, PC, SPS or similar. The unique communications concept with the Smart Graph graphical user interface guarantees user-friendly and efficient administration of marking jobs with texts, machine-readable codes (e.g. OCR, 2D matrix codes, barcodes), graphics or individual data.
Whether as an engraving, color change, color removal or temper/ black marking – the ALLPRINT DN50A performs convincingly not least on account of its high resolution and brilliant marking quality.
- Laser Type diode-pumped Nd:YAG laser stroke marker
- Power 50 watts
- Marking Speed Max. 1,300 characters/second (application dependent)
- Protection Class Supply unit IP22, marking head: IP44, laser head: IP42, LASER CLASS 4
- Main Areas of Use Primary and secondary packaging (including for beverages, food, pharmaceuticals, cosmetics etc.), automotive, electr(on)ics, extrusion, medical technology
- Materials Metals and coated metals, plastics and rubber, silicon, ceramics, printed papers and cardboard packaging
- Products Steel/ metal products (automotive structural elements and components such as spark plugs, fuel injectors, ball bearings, identification plates; tools, weapons, safety locks, fittings, surgical instruments, implants etc.), electronic components, cables and optical fibers, plugs, headers and connectors, electrical housings, packaging of all kinds, information plates (manufacturers’, type and inventory plates, identity cards, labels, dials and scale plates etc.), household products, technical ceramics and much more besides