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Automatic Tag Marking and Engraving Systems

October 6, 2017
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Automatic Tag Marking and Engraving Systems

Lasit systems for laser marking on labels and tags are designed with the highest accuracy in order to provide extreme precision and high definition. We offer ideal solutions to automatically mark and engrave plates in various sizes,labels, film, or industrial tags. They can all be customized with technical and variable data, DataMatrix codes, logos, QR codes, and bar codes, depending on one’s specific requirements.

Our laser marking systems can design all types of labels, including name and industrial tags. Lasit offers the best laser solutions for both standard and custom applications, and for both individual and serial production.

We create and manufacture laser marking machines equipped with pick & place systems. These systems allow labels, tags, and plates to be selected and marked one by one.
The pieces are marked and then automatically released into specific collection trays.

FlyLabel 4 is the ideal solution for marking different size plates, labels, or tags. The standard version offers 4 loaders, each of which can hold up to 400 labels with a thickness of .5mm. The process is automated as the laser runs along the X axis. The X axis is motorized and has a stroke of 800mm. After marking one tag, the laser automatically moves to the next position to mark the next tag.

This system is also available as a pick & place system in which the labels, tags, and plates are selected one by one as they are released from a magazine and brought to the marking area. The laser marks the part, and then automatically releases the part into one of 10 collection trays or magazines. There is a system for managing the data needed to carry out marking, and it can be tailored to specific needs for each application. Data can come from a database, an Excel spreadsheet, or a simple text file that has been properly formatted.

The FlyLabel 4 system is also equipped with a motorized Z axis. With this additional axis, the machine can also be used as a traditional marking system compensating for varying heights and thicknesses of other types of parts.