Foba Line of laser-marking machines enters the next generation

Editor: Eric Culp

The units come in a range of sizes and with various options.

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The units are said to suit larger parts where marking positions can be hard to reach.
The units are said to suit larger parts where marking positions can be hard to reach.
(Source: Foba)

Foba Laser Marking + Engraving has introduced a new generation of flexible laser-marking machines designed to deliver precise, quick and economic processing of geometrically complex workpieces of various sizes, as well as small and large batches of parts.

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The M2000 and M3000 are available in two housing sizes (1.2m2 and 1.4m2 footprints, respectively) and three model options. The manually-loaded, general-purpose M2000-B and M3000-B models have a programmable Z-axis with 590mm overall travel distance, a large worktable and electric lift door. A rotating/swivelling unit for marking cylindrical parts is available as an option. M2000-P and M3000-P models have three programmable axes (X, Y, Z) as standard and can be supplied with five, if required.

They are said to be particularly suitable for the processing of large and small batches of parts in pallets, for batch fabrication, and for larger parts where marking positions can be hard to reach. The two-station turntable R model completes the series. All the new machines are equipped with high-precision calibration; the patented IMP (Intelligent Mark Positioning) camera system can automatically detect the position of workpieces.

Auxiliary equipment such as cameras, measurement devices and sensors can be integrated via interfaces in the working chamber and hardware and software can be customised.

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