Configured with specialized 3D vibrating mirror, the 3D dynamic laser marking can control the software and hardware, and the laser beam can mark on arbitrary 3D sculptured surface.
High precision of 3D positioning technology, high-speed focusing and scanning system, short pulse, high-peak power and HPRF (High Pulse Repetition Frequency);
With friendly operation interface, it is suit for many file formats, such as dxf, plt, cnc, step, iges, etc;
High electro-optic conversion efficiency, long life and easy maintenance;
Fast marking speed and high processing efficiency.
It’s suitable for all kinds of metals and nonmetals laser marking on 3D surface. It’s widely used in mobile manufacture, cubic circuits, medical equipments, moulds, 3C electronics, auto parts, electronic communication, etc.
Laser Beam Quality M2
Pulse Repeatable Frequency
10kHz - 200kHz
Lens Focal Length
Max. Speed in X-Y Axis
Max. Speed Z Axis
Min Linear Width
Operating Ambient Temperature
18 - 28C
1PH AC220V 10A
3PH AC380V 10A
Overall Power Consumption
Dimensions (W x L x H)
Mainframe 1200 x 1000 x 1610mm
Exhaust Ventilator 680 x 650 x 1550mm
Exhause Ventilator 100kg
Farley Laserlab | Specialists in Plasma, Laser, and Drilling Systems
Specialists in Hypertherm High Definition CNC plasma cutting, oxy cutting, laser cutting and drilling machines Farley Laserlab has been supplying machines to the metalworking industry for over 30 years. With many years experience under its belt, Farley Laserlab continues to develop the latest cutting edge technology keeping up with customer demand installing machines in over 23 countries worldwide. Farley’s head office resides in Australia with its parent company located in China. Farley Laserlab has also an office in Chicago.
Farley Laserlab’s plasma and laser machines run on only the best quality brands on their systems. The plasma and drilling machines contain Hypertherm’s High Definition plasma systems, SIEMENS servos and drives as well as GE FUNC Processor boards in Farley’s own PDF-TS CNC controller. Farley’s laser cutting systems use a combination of Rofin, PRC and CP laser sources, SIEMENS servos and drives. Farley Laserlab’s new TruEdge technology uses Hypertherm Edge Pro controller, Bosch servos and drives.