In the communications industry, we can find the shadow of laser marking everywhere. Logo marking, mobile phone button marking, mobile phone shell marking, mobile phone battery marking, mobile phone accessories marking, etc., even in the interior of the mobile phone that you can't see, there are laser marking of parts. Therefore, unconsciously, laser marking has already entered our lives and brought beautiful changes to our lives.
Laser engraving is to produce various symbols, characters, patterns, etc. with extremely fine light spots, and the size of the light spots can be in the order of micrometers. It has a deeper meaning for micro-processing or anti-counterfeiting.
The focused ultra-fine laser is like a sharp blade, which can remove the material on the surface of the object point by point. The advantage is that the marking process is non-contact processing, which will not cause negative scratches and friction, and will not cause extrusion or crushing. Therefore, the items to be processed will not be damaged. After the laser beam is zoomed again, the spot becomes smaller, the thermal effect area generated is small, and the processing is accurate, so it can complete some conventional processes that cannot be completed and cannot be achieved.
Laser cutting has become the technological development direction of modern metal processing due to its high speed, high precision, high quality, energy saving and environmental protection. In laser processing applications, laser cutting accounts for 32% of the market share. Compared with other cutting methods, laser cutting has the characteristics of high speed, high precision and high adaptability. At the same time, it also has the advantages of small kerf, small heat-affected zone, good cutting surface quality, no noise during cutting, good verticality of the kerf edge, smooth cutting edge, and easy automatic control of the cutting process. When laser cutting the plate, no mold is needed, which can replace some punching processing methods that require the use of complex and large molds, which can greatly shorten the production cycle and reduce the cost.