Measurement / New Products

Laser Marker

The ML-Z 9500 Series CO2 laser marker has the ability to mark in the X, Y and Z direction. This three-axis motion allows for 42-millimeter variable focal length, distortion-free 300-millimeter by 300-millimeter marking area and the ability to clearly mark on difficult shapes-cylinders, cones, inclined planes and spheres. Marking on inclines, cylinders or circular cones at speeds up to 12,000 millimeters per second is possible without compromising character clarity.

With the laser marker’s variable focal length, maximum spot position can be set at any focal length within a 42-millimeter range. This range of focal length reduces installation time and cost by eliminating the need for a mechanical stage that adjusts during product changeovers, or when it is necessary to mark products of varying heights.

Keyence Corp. of America
(888) 539-3623

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