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Product Launch: Shotblast Resistant Laser Marking

Quebec City, Canada. Laserax will launch its exclusive patent-pending shotblast resistant laser marking process at the 2018 Die Casting Congress & Exposition, which will take place from October 15 to 17 in Indianapolis, IN.

Laserax’s new patent-pending process is a game changer for customers looking to achieve foolproof lean traceability

For the past three years, laser experts at Laserax have been working to provide die casters with foolproof traceability systems that are able to mark permanent identifiers directly on the castings. A breakthrough was achieved with the help of our development partners at Cascade Die Casting Group and Mercury Marine.

With Laserax’s patent-pending laser marking process, it is now possible to identify parts right out of the die and feature tracking codes that will resist any post-process treatments, including shotblasting.

HAVING PARTS MARKED RIGHT OUT OF THE DIE: THE NEW REQUIREMENT

Ever-increasing requirements by automotive manufacturers are pushing die casters towards a perfect traceability system from the extraction of the casting from the die through to any post-process treatment and all the way to automotive assembly lines.

The whole challenge was to find a partner with the same can-do attitude and hardworking mindset that are at the heart of Cascades Die Casting Group’s culture. We found in Laserax exactly what we were looking for. And, together, we made the impossible—possible, 
Mark Petro, Director of Engineering at Cascade Die Casting Group.

At Mercury Marine, having parts with shot blast resistant markings meant being able to track critical parts individually throughout the supply chain. Mercury Marine continues to set the standard for extreme reliability and intuitive operation of marine propulsion systems. Laserax has been a great partner in improving the traceability throughout our manufacturing operation,” 
Alex Monroe, Engineering Project Manager at Mercury Marine.

COMMITTED TO SOLVING CUSTOMER TRACEABILITY CHALLENGES

Maintaining the legibility of a part identifier through shot blasting was no small feat. It involved testing several parameters. Many iterations were required. Many hypotheses were formulated and rejected based on the test results. But in the end, our commitment, expertise and creativity prevailed. 
Alex Fraser, CTO of Laserax.

The development of shot blast resistant markings is a great example of what we are and what our teams do on a daily basis: working with great partners such as Mercury Marine and Cascade Die Casting Group to push limits of lasers forward through the most demanding industrial applications,
Xavier P. Godmaire, President of Laserax.

About Laserax:

Laserax is a laser system manufacturer that provides effective, reliable and safe solutions for the most demanding industrial applications. We rely on a team of laser technology experts to offer a complete range of products for laser marking and laser cleaning.

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Additional information

Contact:
Guillaume Robert
Marketing Director
Laserax Inc.
(844) 780-7324 #109
(581) 982-1911
grobert@laserax.com
www.laserax.com

Photos: https://www.flickr.com/gp/laserax/1wd046
Information about Mercury Marine: https://www.mercurymarine.com/en/us/
Information about Cascade Die Casting Group: https://www.cascade-cdc.com/
Shotblast Resistant Laser Marking Web: https://www.laserax.com/shotblast-resistant-marking/
Shotblast Resistant Marking Application Note:  https://www.laserax.com/sites/default/files/public/shotblast-resistant-marking-laserax.pdf
Data Matrix Codes: https://blog.laserax.com/industrial-traceability-barcodes-and-2d-codes

 

Posted by Normand Lemieux, BBA

Normand Lemieux

Normand is a well-rounded and autonomous marketing professional with a recent specialization in web marketing. He thrives to share experiences, to apply knowledge, to learn new things and get stuff done.

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