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Laser Marker

March 2, 2009
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The MD-V9900 YVO4 laser marker can mark in the X, Y and Z direction. This three-axis motion allows for a 42-millimeter variable focal length, distortion-free 300- by 300-millimeter marking area and the ability to mark on difficult shapes, such as cylinders, cones and inclined planes. The marker also offers a dual-end pumping cavity, which contributes to marking quality and laser life. It can mark at speeds up to 12,000 millimeters per second without compromising character clarity. With the marker’s variable focal length, maximum spot position can be set at any focal length within a 42-millimeter range.

Keyence Corp. of America
(888) 539-3623
www.marking-central.com

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