ABCO offers a high-speed, turnkey Class 1 laser wire marker for marking manufacturer information and product information on wire or cable. Laser marking provides a permanent solution that does not damage the wire or cable’s mechanical or electrical properties. Because the laser mark takes on the same properties as the insulation, it can withstand various elements, including heat, cold, extensive sunlight exposure, underground elements, and corrosive liquids.
ABCO’s laser marking system is flexible and portable, allowing manufacturers to mark a wide range of wire or cable sizes as well as integrate into multiple production lines. To accommodate different cable diameters and jacket materials, we include adjustable roller guides. The roller guides correctly position the wire at the appropriate height, ensuring optimum focal distance and print quality. With proper utilization, this high-speed, precise laser wire marker increases yield and provides low-cost of ownership.
Safety guarding and other safety measures come standard in all of our laser marking systems, which helps ensure that users adhere to federal regulations. We provide a thorough documentation package for reference, troubleshooting, and ordering spare parts. As with all of ABCO’s systems, technical support, whether onsite or remote, is available to reduce production issues and downtime. A 12-month warranty is standard for all ABCO systems.
Laser wire marking is fast becoming the process of choice for many manufacturers, and ABCO can help safely incorporate laser marking into a fully automated system.
|ABCO Class 1 Laser System with Videojet Fiber Laser Marker|
|Materials:||High Density Polyethylene (HDP), Nylon, Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC), aluminum, and stainless steel|
|Maximum Mark Window:||19.62″ x 14.43″|
|Maximum Line Speed:||Up to 600mpm|
|Focal Distance Options:||3.93/6.41/10/16.53″|
|Expected Life:||100,000 hours (MTBF)|
ABCO has two full-time Laser Safety Officers (LSOs) to ensure compliance with federal regulations. FDA product registration is required by federal law. The LSO will document compliance with safety measures taken to convert a Class 4 Laser into a Class 1 Laser.
Proper documentation includes the LSO Risk Assessment Review, photo documentation, FDA Product Registration Report, and the FDA Annual Product Shipment Report. Read more about laser safety.