With the application of UV laser marking machine getting closer to life, it has a natural charm in processing technology. With the characteristics of short wavelength, narrow pulse width, fast speed, easy absorption of materials, and high peak value, it has become one of the mainstream industrial lasers. With the continuous maturity of UV laser marking machine technology, the processing technology has been widely used and popularized. At present, the mainstream marking materials of UV laser marking machine on the market are plastics, glass, ceramics and metals.
Ultraviolet laser and fiber laser thermal processing are just the opposite. People usually call it "cold" processing. The workpiece is partially irradiated by a high-energy-density laser to vaporize the surface material or undergo a photochemical reaction of color change, so as to achieve a permanent sex sign. Because UV laser marking has no consumables, and the marking effect is fine and beautiful, it has become an irreversible trend to ban the traditional marking process.
At present, UV laser marking machine technology is relatively mature at 3-10W, which is widely used in various industrial "micro-processing" fields, and can be directly used for wafer cutting, ceramic cutting, thin film etching, laser marking, etc. In the context of the grand strategy of Made in China 2025, traditional industrial manufacturing is facing a deep transformation. One of the directions is to improve efficiency while turning to high-end precision machining with higher added value and higher technical barriers. The development of ultraviolet laser technology is fully in line with the this trend.
Riselaser is a UV laser marking machine for sale. After years of precipitation, the power has been increased from 1W-5W to 10W, 15W or even 20W, which can meet the needs of different processing technologies in the market. The substantial increase in power doubles the processing performance. And can achieve ultra-fine processing effects, such as no edge burning, no carbonization, small thermal effect, and finally achieve modern process requirements.