• ACF Laminating/Pre-Bonding
  • B
  • Bolt & Studwelding
  • Brazing
  • C
  • Compacting
  • D
  • Dispensing
  • Drawn Arc Welding
  • E
  • Electrostatic Discharge Control
  • F
  • Fiber Laser Marking
  • Fiber Laser Welding
  • Fluid Dispensing
  • Fume Extraction
  • G
  • Gap Welding
  • Green Laser Welding
  • H
  • Heat Staking
  • Heat-Sealing/ACF Final Bonding
  • Hermetic Sealing of electronic packages
  • Hot Bar Bonding
  • Hot Bar Reflow Soldering
  • Hot Bar Systems
  • Hot Crimping
  • I
  • Induction Heating
  • Inscribe
  • Insulated Wire Welding
  • J
  • Jet Dispensing
  • L
  • Laser Cutting
  • Laser Marking
  • Laser Marking Systems
  • Laser Seam Welding
  • Laser Spot Welding
  • Laser Welding
  • Laser Welding Systems
  • M
  • Marking
  • Micro Joining
  • Micro Resistance Welding
  • P
  • Parallel Gap Welding
  • Plastic Welding
  • Projection Welding
  • R
  • Remote Services
  • Resistance Welding
  • Resistance Welding Systems
  • Robotic Soldering
  • S
  • Saw Blade System
  • Seam Welding
  • Short Cycle Studwelding
  • Single Component Positive Displacement Dispensing
  • Single Component Time/Pressure Dispensing
  • Spot Welding
  • Strand Welding
  • Studwelding
  • Studwelding with Capacitor Discharge
  • T
  • Thermocompression Welding
  • Two Component Dispensing
  • W
  • Weld Monitoring
  • Welding
  • Fiber Laser Marking

    Laser marking processFiber Laser Marking is the most flexible type of direct marking available. The ability to change various laser parameters offers the ultimate in control, quality and speed.

    AMADA MIYACHI EUROPE offers three different types of  Fiber Laser Marking:

    • Fiber Laser Annealing
      Fiber Laser annealing creates a permament mark induced by heat without removing or compromising the material. Annealing is used with all metals containing carbon which shows a color change when exposed to heat, especially stainless steel.

      The annealing process offers significant advantages when marking already finished surfaces. The marking speed is slower compared to engraving because annealing relies solely on thermal effects of bringing the carbon in the steel to the surface.

    • Fiber Laser Engraving
      Fiber Laser Engraving is technology based on the same procedural principle, laser-induced ablation through melting and/or evaporation of the substrate. Engraving is a method used to create a durable, direct mark that is forgery-proof and resistant to wear and corrosion.
By laser engraving, 2D OR 3D dimensional structures can be formed in injection- or forming molds.

    • Fiber Laser Ablation / Surface Removal
      This process is typically used to remove paint, coatings and other surface material to create contrast without damaging the base material. Common applications are automotive dash boards and aircraft displays. Applications include backlit buttons, anodized aluminum and painted surfaces.


    Fiber Laser Marking Benefits:

    • High speed

    • High quality

    • Permanent marks

    • Dynamic mark sizing

    • Datamatrix code friendly

    • Wide range of markable materials

    Fiber Laser Marking Applications
    The ability to process a wide range of applications makes fiber lasers a preferred choice for many industrial processing applications.
    Fiber Laser Marking can be achieved on almost all materials and is used on medical tools, PCB's, mobile phones, solar cells, semiconductors, etc.

    Our proven technologies enable the Automotive, Electronics & Solar Cells, IT & Multimedia, Medical, Aerospace and Defence industries to use our fiber laser marking products on a variety of applications.

    Automotive Medical IT & Multimedia




    Laser Marking Workstation
    Laser Marking Workstation (LMWS)
    Fiber Laser Marker
    Single- and Multi-Mode Fiber Laser Markers: 10-100W