Laser processing on glass
Glass is a complex material to be processed due to its characteristics of fragility and poor heat transfer. Over the years these challenges have been faced and solved using specific laser technologies, suitable for this difficult task.
Behind this there is the ability to accurately identify each individual item, or batch of items, managing to trace the raw material through the various processes and transformations.
LASER MARKING TECHNIQUES
BLACKENING The laser marking for blackening is typically made on steels and titanium and is obtained through the material surface heating and consequent oxidation. Based on the parameters used, different temperatures and therefore different oxide thicknesses will be obtained giving the typical color effect of the marking. This technique is used in a wide range of applications such as the marking of tools, medical equipment, automotive components, glasses or hobs.