Laser Marking Process Resists Shot Blasting

Laserax’s laser marking process has enabled die casters to identify parts throughout the supply chain.


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Laserax’s laser marking process has enabled die casters to identify parts right out of the die, according to the company. The process features tracking codes that resist post-process treatments, including shot blasting. Requirements by automotive manufacturers push die casters towards a traceability system from the extraction of the casting from the die throughout the supply chain.

The process is available in three systems: open air system, rotary table workstation or rotary table system with a robot included. All systems include a safety enclosure, the laser, a HMI (human-machine interface) and an in-house designed vortex system.


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