Laser marking on organic materials
The CO2 laser is perfect for laser marking on organic materials such as leather, wood, and paper.
The main advantages of this technology are reliability, cleanliness and productivity over inkjet printing, which requires a longer process and does not always ensure an accurate result.
Glass has a unique composition that makes glass materials relatively durable and resistant to corrosion. Glass is used for containers such as bowls, vases, bottles, jars and glasses. The refraction, reflection and transmission properties of glass also make it suitable for the production of optical lenses, prisms and optoelectronic materials.
Laser marking of glass is possible with many technologies, but the most widely used is the CO2 laser, which ensures an accurate and readable result.
Wood is a very durable and environmentally friendly material and is used for various purposes and different industries such as engineering, construction, transportation, and paper. Laser engraving of wood is easily achieved with CO2 lasers.