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WL-100A is a compact desktop fiber laser marking machine geared for low volume production and R&D environments over a wide range of industries. This small laser marking machine features manually operated vertical doors which provide a full 180-degrees of workspace access to parts and tooling and a large viewing window for visual process monitoring. Also included are a threaded, metric base plate for part positioning and a motorized z-axis for laser height adjustment. A rotary axis can be added as an option. WL-100A is CE compliant and meets CDRH Class 1 specifications.
The fiber laser marking system comes integrated with an AMADA WELD TECH LM-F Series fiber laser marker; select from 10 to 70 watts power.
Though best suited as a laser marking machine for metal, WL-100A can also mark plastics and ceramics. Integrated with LM-F070-HP, WL-100A also has the capability to cut, drill, ablate a...
Though best suited as a laser marking machine for metal, WL-100A can also mark plastics and ceramics. Integrated with LM-F070-HP, WL-100A also has the capability to cut, drill, ablate and weld thin materials.
As capacity or function grows, it is easy to transition to LM-F markers that can be applied to more automated laser marking systems.
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