Applications

Automotive

Tamper-proof, high mechanical and chemical resistance labels marked and cut using a “just in time” laser marking system. The VINlase system designed specifically by Identisys for the automotive industry, collects data from a central server used within the plant and produces vehicle specific identification labels as the car is passing on the production line. The trackside production of labels reduces the amount of label re-working required by enabling real time changes.


Electronics

On the fly, or stationary marking of PCBs and components. Our range of nd:YAG, Fiber and CO2 lasers can mark any graphics or text onto electronic devices. Colour changing or surface ablation creates a contrast onto the surface of PCB’s while components can be etched to create permanent marks.


Medical

Laser marking, logging and tracking of medical instruments in and around hospitals Laser marking medical instruments is fast and clean. Using chemical bonding techniques our range of lasers are capable of creating non-intrusive markings onto medical instruments, as specified by the GS1 methods of marking. This ensures that strength of the often delicate and small instruments is not affected in any way. Due to their small size and large data capacity, the datamatrix code makes it possible to identify nearly every medical instrument. A series of scanners and bespoke software can be used to log, monitor and track the instruments throughout their life cycle.


Manufacturing

Direct part marking of components and complete products. Barcodes, manufacturer ID, production details, batch numbers and logos can be marked onto any shape, any sized components or products, even in hard to reach places. Direct part marking makes tracking a product throughout its lifecycle possible, from point of manufacture to disposal. Work pieces made from metal, plastics and ceramics can be marked quickly, consistently and efficiently without the need for consumables. The permanent marks produced can withstand extreme conditions such as heat, abrasion and chemical attack. When direct marking is not viable, plates can be marked to be mechanically attached to products.