Laser Marking System Integrates into Wide Range of Production Lines
Foba introduces the Titus marking head, which can be integrated into a wide range of production lines due to its small format and tubular shape, as well as easy mounting with a clamping bracket and an optional supply line up to ten meters long.
Foba introduces the Titus marking head, which can be integrated into a wide range of production lines due to its small format and tubular shape, as well as easy mounting with a clamping bracket and an optional supply line up to ten meters long. Its flexibility is also based on an optional straight or inclined by 90 degrees exit angle of the laser beam and the ability to adjust the marking field size to the application requirements.
The laser marking system was developed in collaboration with and according to the needs of system integrators and the automotive industry. The advantages of the fiber laser not only result from its design, but also from the device software. All three available user interfaces can be used to operate the system. In addition to the user interfaces Foba MarkUS and Foba Draw, the remote Foba Go software is can be operated by any PC, touch display, tablet or other mobile device. All common industrial communication protocols are also compatible.
The maintenance of the system is simplified by the possibility of a minute-fast removal or conversion as well as a dust-protected lens. In harsh production conditions, the IP65 or IP69 standard of the marking head as well provides protection against dust and moisture. The low maintenance requirement also results from the very small number of wearing parts.
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