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Laserax Adds a 200 W Fiber Laser for Marking and Cleaning Applications

Quebec City, Canada, Laserax is launching a 200 W laser to complement its wide range of fiber laser. The type of fiber laser chosen is particularly well adapted to laser direct part marking and laser cleaning of metals.

Laserax’s 200 W laser is ideal for material processing applications, such as laser marking on
metal parts, and for laser cleaning applications, such as tool, die and mold cleaning, rust
removal and surface preparation.

According to Laserax, the 200 W laser can accomplish work that other laser systems cannot. The reason? It is twice as fast as a regular 100 W laser, making it the perfect solution for marking parts as they zip by on a conveyor and for cleaning metal parts from a host of contaminants.

The sturdy design of Laserax’s lasers makes them a staple of harsh industrial environments,
such as those found in aluminum smelting, die casting and extruding plants all over the
world. The laser head is rated IP65 and is air-cooled for optimal laser operation.

Combining any of Laserax’s lasers to one of their laser safety enclosure and any of their
options will provide you with a complete turnkey laser system adapted to your industrial traceability needs.

You can visit Laserax’s website for more information on their fiber laser marking machines .

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Additional information

Contact:
Guillaume Robert
Marketing Director
Laserax Inc.
(855) 976-2608 #109
(581) 982-1911
grobert@laserax.com
www.laserax.com

Photos: https://www.flickr.com/photos/laserax/albums/72157699118908732
Specification sheet: https://www.laserax.com/laser-marking-machines/2d-fiber

 

Posted by Normand Lemieux, BBA

Normand Lemieux

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