Foba

Foba offers “Help” for laser-marking metals

| Editor: Briggette Jaya

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. (Source: Foba)

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.

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.

Global machine condition monitoring market

Research report

Global machine condition monitoring market

26/08/2016 - USA – Research and Markets, the world’s largest market research store, has announced the addition of the “Global Machine Condition Monitoring Market 2016-2020” report to their offering. read...

Comments are being loaded ....

Leave a comment

The comment is checked by an editor and will be released soon.

Discuss anonymously or log in Log In

Avatar
To protect our interests, we store the IP address in addition to the above information. This is solely for the purpose of identifying you as the author of the comment. The legal basis is the protection of legitimate interests in accordance with Art. 6 para. 1 lit. f) DSGVO.
  1. Avatar
    Avatar
    Edited by at
    Edited by at
    1. Avatar
      Avatar
      Edited by at
      Edited by at

Comments are being loaded ....

Report comment

Kommentar Freigeben

Der untenstehende Text wird an den Kommentator gesendet, falls dieser eine Email-hinterlegt hat.

Freigabe entfernen

Der untenstehende Text wird an den Kommentator gesendet, falls dieser eine Email-hinterlegt hat.

copyright

This article is protected by copyright. You want to use it for your own purpose? Contact us via: support.vogel.de/ (ID: 44199290 / Events)