Perform fast, high-precision cutting, welding, marking, and ablation of metals and plastics with laser sources and systems.
- Integration-Ready Get up and running quicker with tools that integrate easily into your production.
- User Friendly Maximize productivity and reduce operator training with simple, intuitive HMIs.
- Cost-Effective Improve yields and reduce cost per part with consistent, reliable laser tools.
Quickly produce small, strong, cosmetically attractive welds with minimal heat affected zone for pressure sensors, batteries, mobile devices, and other products.
Rapidly cut simple and complex contours, even in multilayer and composite materials, plus foils, with better and more consistent results than water jets and blades.
Write high-contrast serial numbers, product identifiers, traceability codes, logos, Datamatrix codes, and more on plastics, composites, metals, ceramics, and paper.
Swiftly strip insulation or remove virtually any material with precise and consistent depth control, and without any heat damage to the underlying product.
Laser FrameWork Makes a Mark in Siemens' Digital Factory
The ID Link is an important step toward the digital product label. Laser-marking this ID Link as a standardized code on devices is a challenge. It requires a digital end-to-end solution from development to production. Positioning accuracy and quality are important. The Coherent PowerLine E is the ideal solution for @Siemens. Above all, its software suite, Laser FrameWork, is crucial for integration into Siemens' digital factory and communication with Siemens' internal IT systems. The integrated vision system gives Siemens a complete solution from a single source.
How Lasers Marking Works
Did you know that today you are surrounded by things large and small that have been permanently marked with a laser? From the SIM card in your phone to the milk container in your refrigerator and the control panel of your washing machine, laser marking is everywhere. Read why and how lasers make all these different marks.
Featured White Paper
New Laser-Based PCB Depaneling Method
Technological changes in the materials, thickness, and composition of PCBs are motivating a move away from traditional mechanical cutting and depaneling methods towards laser-based processes.
Laser FrameWork makes a mark in Siemens´ digital factory
Read how Coherent applications development support and Coherent Laser FrameWork software enable Siemens to successfully implement their ID Link manufacturing program.
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