WHAT IS LASER ETCHING?
Laser etching is a process that creates marks on parts and products by melting the surface of the substrate. It is highly versatile and can be used with most materials.
To produce a raised mark, the laser beam delivers a high amount of energy to a small area. As a result, the surface of the material melts and expands. This can color the material in black, white, or gray.
Etching is most commonly used to produce permanent markings such as data matrix codes, serial numbers, barcodes, and logos.
Zetalase's expansive work envelope provides the capability for marking a wide array of parts, large or small, light, or heavy
MSC can mark all metals, carbide, painted/anodized materials, and most plastics
MSC processes both short-run and large full production cycles, no job is too large or small