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Foba Foba offers “Help” for laser-marking metals

| Editor: Briggette Jaya

Germany – Marking – Foba Laser Marking + Engraving, an international manufacturer of laser-marking systems and workstations with integrated vision, will be demonstrating its “Help” (Holistic Enhanced Laser Process) closed-loop, vision-based marking system.

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The laser-marking machine FOBA M2000, featuring the latest generation of fibre lasers and vision system IMP.
The laser-marking machine FOBA M2000, featuring the latest generation of fibre lasers and vision system IMP.
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The company claims that the system guarantees efficient, close-to-zero-defect marking and can help to reduce scrap by up to 80%. Its markets include the automotive industry, medical devices manufacturers and mechanical engineering companies, the company adds. Foba will be demonstrating M-Series laser-marking workstations with its patented IMP (Intelligent Mark Positioning) built-in. The live sessions will demonstrate how Help verifies production parts before marking, ensures the right positioning via automatic mark alignment and validates labelling by reading out and checking its contents by OCV (Optical Character Verification) mark verification and code reading. M1000 and M2000 laser-marking stations will demonstrate efficient and safe laser-marking applications on a range of metals, such as steel.

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