LASIT lasers use a single wavelength to mark die-cast components, logos, and DataMatrix codes. LASIT Laser is a 100-person company that is committed to the development of laser technology. It is large enough to make a difference while small enough to take the time to get to know each client. Our laser technology solutions are dedicated to our clients’ Tracciabilità (Tracciabilità is Italian for traceability), brand visibility, and automation of industrial processes.
LASIT lasers are a single wavelength laser
Lasit Laser is a single wavelength device that produces a narrow line of visible light with a dominant center frequency. These devices are very efficient and can operate at multiple wavelengths. The wavelength of light varies depending on the type of lasing material. The most common material for LASIT lasers is the Neodymium-Yttrium-Aluminum Garnet (Nd: YAG) crystal. The wavelength of light from this laser is 1064 nm.
LASIT lasers use a pump source to direct external energy into the laser. They use a gain medium made of an active material like a crystal body (YAG laser) or a fiberglass (fiber laser). The gain medium is then positioned between two mirrors, one of which is a one-directional mirror. The pump source is usually an electrical current from a power supply or a flash lamp. It is also possible to pump the laser with another laser.
They are used to mark die-cast components
The Lasit laser marking system can be integrated into any die casting process. The system’s unique auto-centering feature eliminates the need for human intervention to center the piece, ensuring that the laser marks the correct location. Its sensors allow the software to recognize each part, and distance sensors adjust the laser’s focus automatically to accommodate variations in the height of the component. The Lasit laser marking system can be configured to mark die-cast components in both horizontal and vertical orientations.
For optimal die-cast part marking, laser technology must be able to meet the requirements of both precision and cycle time. It must also be able to reliably mark surfaces of varying cleanliness. Ideally, the laser marking system should have a seal that prevents dust and liquids from entering the laser head. Depending on the component size, the laser marking process may be performed manually or by automated robots.
They can engrave DataMatrix code
Laser marking of medical devices is an excellent way to add a company logo, serial number, QR Code, or any other information to a product. Laser engraving does not damage the device and does not result in corrosion. The DataMatrix code is an extremely popular type of laser engraving in the medical industry because it can store a large amount of data in a small space. It is also incredibly durable and resistant to wear.
The process of laser marking is particularly effective in the automotive industry, where traceability is vital. The safety parts of vehicles must be easily identifiable and can be traced back to the manufacturer. This is the perfect application for laser marking, which is permanent, high contrast, and can be used on a variety of materials. This makes it an ideal option for any manufacturing process. For example, laser marking can be used on parts that have been die-cast.
They can engrave logos
With a laser engraving machine, you can create logos, brand names, and alphanumeric data on products. Laser engraving has become an important part of the manufacturing process, providing traceability and protection against counterfeiting. Many manufacturers rely on Mexico’s laser engraving solutions for their manufacturing needs. Other companies specializing in laser engraving systems include tykma electron and Lasit Laser.
Using laser technology to engrave logos requires complete object imaging. This process can detect small details, like hidden lines and anchors. It can also engrave logos that have a gradient or a design, such as the smallest letters. The laser technology is so accurate that even subtle details, such as the shapes of letters, can be engraved. As a result, Lasit has established its presence in the market and has opened sales and service offices in many European countries.
They are used by Ferrari, Volvo, and FCA
The company has a history of over a decade. Established in 1990 in Vico Equense on the Sorrento peninsula, Lasit Lasers has grown to become one of Italy’s leading suppliers for the manufacturing of laser-marked components. The company is currently employed at a 12000 square meter facility in Torre Annunziata. It has also invested in Eastern Europe, opening sales and service offices.
Founded in 1990, Lasit Lasers has grown into a world leader in laser-marking technology. They maintain a comprehensive laser laboratory and have a staff of laser experts who conduct R&D and feasibility studies. They can provide detailed scientific reports for their automotive customers. These reports are used by Ferrari, Volvo, FCA, and Volvo Cars to help them improve the quality of their products.