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Steel and Inconel flanges were hermetically welded using an Evolution 240W

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We laser marked a pattern on polyester
fleece using 30W and an FH Series marking head
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Our lab has developed a new method of marking glass using high power and slow scan speeds.
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Double layer LDPE film was cut using 150W of power at a rate of 150 feet per minute.

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This article describes alternative glass marking methods.

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Fine polyester mesh material can be laser cut to create specialized filters for hydraulic equipment.
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The polycarbonate sprue inside this cell phone case was cut at 3 points.

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A proprietary coating was applied to zinc-plated steel, which was then laser marked with 20W.
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This mark was created on a PBT electrical connector with a Marking Head and 25W laser.
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Engraving wood is an excellent application for CO2 lasers, resulting in clean, contrasting marks.
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Rubber weatherstripping was trepanned using a 200W Synrad laser.

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High-Impact Polystyrene sheet (4.4mm-thick) was cut using 200 and 400W.

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Mild Steel was cut using the firestar f400.

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1/4"-thick acrylic was cut using 100W at a speed of 50ipm.

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Polyethylene bottles were laser marked with a 10W laser.

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In this application, we fillet welded a 0.15 mm thin steel cover to a much thicker steel substrate.
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Using a Synrad 100W laser, customized gaskets were created from an EVA foam sheet.
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Different leather samples were laser cut using a firestar f201 laser.

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Fine detail is possible when laser marking a glass-reinforced plastic component.
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Using a firestar f400, we achieved excellent edge quality on this mild steel at speeds of 300ipm.
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Polyester fabrics of different thicknesses were cut using 25W

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Wine manufacturers have branded their corks for years; laser marking adds another dimension.
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This application test focused on cutting various thicknesses of closed cell foam.
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With the addition of a paint or anodize coating, steel can often be marked with less power.
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For glass between 1 and 10 mm thick, laser cutting becomes a process of scribing and snapping.
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This 10-character mark was engraved on an SMT chip resistor with 25W.

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Molded polyacetal tubing was cleanly cut using a 100W CO2 laser.

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A CO2 laser was used to cut and mark this leather pendant.

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TPO (Thermoplastic Olefin) automotive parts were cut with 400W.

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2D Bar Codes were marked on Powder-Coated Steel using 25W and 60W.

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Our Applications Lab has developed a set of marking parameters for direct 2D coding of FR4
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CO2 lasers were used to mark glass light bulbs

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Polyethylene dip tubes exhibit a raised, contrasting mark.

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Many materials are easily cut with a Marking Head, such as this cardstock stencil
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