The industry linked to large-scale consumer distribution imposes aesthetic and functional requirements on packaging that find an ideal application of laser technology. The use of laser systems ranges from traceability, to die cutting up to the creation of graphics or finishes on the product.
The variety of systems in the EVLASER portfolio includes solutions ranging from simple OEM for integration on automatic lines, up to stand alone stations for processing entire batches of labels or films.
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CO2 Laser Sources Types, differences and applications
From the very first use of a CO2 laser in an industrial materials processing application, engineers have worked to improve performance, reduce size and operating costs, and increase the reliability and efficiency of these lasers. Developments included radio frequency and direct current excitation, new sealed plasma tubes and improvements in gas laser pumping.
What can we achieve with Laser Engraving on Wood
Laser engraving is a suitable and functional technique for creating permanent impressions on various materials, including fabrics, acrylics, wood, natural stones, metals, etc. From the engraving of company logos to the creation of personalized gifts, there are many things that can be imagined and put into practice with a laser machine.
Laser Engraving and Marking on Plastic: operation, advantages and applications
Laser marking on plastic or laser engraving on plastic is a process by which components are labeled or marked with the aid of a laser.
QRCode, Barcode and DataMatrix: the use of the Laser for Traceability
The issue of traceability is becoming increasingly important in world trade and in particular for those particularly large companies that have to entrust part of their production processes to third parties.
From Keychains to Pens: marking and engraving Accessories with the Lase
Laser marking is a process in which the beam is used to engrave, remove or discolour the material on which it is directed.