UV Laser marking machine is suitable for more precise and higher precision occasions

Laser marking technology, especially in the development of these decades, has slowly obtained great development, and has been successfully applied in continuous exploration. Laser technology in the 1990s with laser technology and optical, crystal and other energy for decades of unremitting efforts, has successfully developed the ultraviolet laser marking equipment, and has attracted wide attention at home and abroad, and the first to achieve the photovoltaic, glass, film and other industries.

Moreover, the successful development of this technology has solved the problem of oxidation change of metal surface marking and atomic active matter for a long time. The 355nm cold laser technology used in ultraviolet laser will also have a great impact on the external light path and spectral energy assembly.

At present, the Laser marking machines on the market mainly include CO2 Laser marking machine, semiconductor Laser marking machine, optical fiber Laser marking machine and ultraviolet Laser marking machine, etc. at present, ultraviolet Laser marking machine is mainly used in some occasions requiring more precision. UV Laser marking machine is a series of Laser marking machine, so the principle is similar to Laser marking machine, which uses laser beam to make long-term marks on different material surfaces. In addition, in the process of assembly, some high-precision ellipse marking needs rotating matching facilities, which can realize rotary arc marking.

After the successful research of UV Laser marking machine, it has played a supporting role in the construction of energy, materials and other fields. It also plays an indirect role in the country's GDP, and solves many important scientific problems, which plays a decisive role in the future development. Laser technology is an important scientific research technology in modern molecular structure. Ultraviolet laser is a powerful technical means to study various molecular structures, and has been widely used in glass, crystal, photovoltaic and other high-tech industries.