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Laser marking system HAWK

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A complete, high-performance, individual solution

A complete, high-performance, individual solution

The compact HAWK laser marking system offers maximum flexibility and performance.

State-of-the-art laser technology with the best beam quality ensures stable operation with the highest quality standards even under production conditions.
Depending on the task, the laser device is available with a fibre laser, a diode-pumped solid state laser or a CO2 laser.

The HAWK laser marking system can be ideally adapted for any requirements thanks to the use of technical aids such as multi-axis systems, dividing heads, camera recognition, rotary tables or sheet handling. The electronically controlled lifting door has a large laser safety window which allows you to observe and monitor the marking process throughout the process time.

 

 

scope of application

laser marking:
– laser marking and engraving of surfaces
– 3D marking and engraving
– hallmarking
– logo marking
– Barcode, Data-Matrix Code
– serial numbers
– 3D micro-engraving

Laserdrilling:
– single shot drilling
– Helix drilling

Laser cleaning:
– degreasing of surfaces
– activation of glued surfaces

Laser cutting:
– remote Laser cutting
– laser fine cutting

Laser micro processing :
– laser micro structuring of surfaces
– 3D laser micro processing of free formed surfaces

Laser welding:
– remote welding
– laser micro welding of planned surfaces

Specifications

Technical Data IPG Fiber 20W
laser head diode-pumped Ytterbium Fiberlaser, with integrated pilot-beam (red)
cw-Betrieb no
Wellenlänge 1064 nm
Leistung 20W
M2-Richtwert 1,5
Q-switch-Betrieb
Pulsenergie 1 mJ at 20 kHz
Peak to Peak Stabilität 5%
Pulsdauer 100 ns
max. Pulsfrequenz 80 kHz
Abmessung Lasermodul in mm 215 x 95 x 286 mm
Umgebungstemperatur 0°...35°
Dimensions
Technical Data IPG Faser 30 W
Laserkopf diodengepumpter Ytterbium Faserlaser, mit integriertem Pilotlaser (rot)
cw-Betrieb nein
Wellenlänge 1064 nm
Leistung 30 W
M2-Richtwert 1,5
Q-switch-Betrieb
Pulsenergie 1mJ bei 30 kHz
Peak to Peak Stabilität 5%
Pulsdauer 100 ns
max. Pulsfrequenz 80 kHz
Abmessung Lasermodul in mm 201 x 95 x 286
Umgebungstemperatur 0...35°C
Dimensions
Technical Data IPG Faser 50W
Laserkopf diodengepumpter Ytterbium Faserlaser, mit integriertem Pilotlaser (rot)
cw-Betrieb
Wellenlänge 1064 nm
Leistung 50 W
M2-Richtwert 1,5
Q-switch-Betrieb
Pulsenergie 1 mJ bei 50 kHz
Peak to Peak Stabilität 5%
Pulsdauer 120 ns
max. Pulsfrequenz 100 kHz
Abmessung Lasermodul in mm 201 x 95 x 286
Umgebungstemperatur 0...35°C
Dimensions
Technical Data SPI Faser 20 W
Laserkopf diodengepumpter Ytterbium Faserlaser
cw-Betrieb ja
Wellenlänge 1064 nm
Leistung 20 W
M2-Richtwert <1,6
Q-switch-Betrieb
Pulsenergie 1 mJ
Peak to Peak Stabilität 3%
Pulsdauer 3-500 ns
max. Pulsfrequenz 1000 kHz
Abmessung Lasermodul in mm 347,5 x 201 x 95
Umgebungstemperatur 0...35°C
Dimensions
Technical Data SPI Faser 50 W
Laserkopf diodengepumpter Ytterbium Faserlaser
cw-Betrieb ja
Wellenlänge 1064 nm
Leistung 50 W
M2-Richtwert <1,6
Q-switch-Betrieb
Pulsenergie 1 mJ
Peak to Peak Stabilität 3%
Pulsdauer 7-500 ns
max. Pulsfrequenz 1000 kHz
Abmessung Lasermodul in mm 347,5 x 201 x 95
Umgebungstemperatur 0...35°C
Dimensions
Technical Data SPI Faser 70 W
Laserkopf diodengepumpter Ytterbium Faserlaser
cw-Betrieb ja
Wellenlänge 1064 nm
Leistung 70 W
M2-Richtwert <1,6
Q-switch-Betrieb
Pulsenergie 1 mJ
Peak to Peak Stabilität 3%
Pulsdauer 10-500 ns
max. Pulsfrequenz 1000 kHz
Abmessung Lasermodul in mm 377,2 x 248 x 95
Umgebungstemperatur 0...35°C
Dimensions

Annealing marking

The surfaces of ferrous metals (iron, steel and stainless steel) and titanium can be coloured by heating them. This is known as annealing. The colour generated can range from yellow and red to blue and black depending on the temperature applied.

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Engraving

The targeted removal of layers of material or roughening of the surface is known as engraving. A contrast to the rest of the surface is created by changing the texture of specific areas. Almost all materials can be engraved provided the right type of laser technology is used. A range of different effects can be created on the various different materials. The engraving depth and surface quality can be defined extremely accurately with the right laser parameters.

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Deep engraving

Creating three-dimensional surface textures using laser technology is known as deep engraving. As with standard laser engraving, specific parts of the surface are removing by laser-induced melting and vaporisation. With the right laser parameters and by setting the number of times the laser beam is applied, you can define the engraving depth and surface quality with great precision

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Colour change

This marking method is used mainly for plastics, but also for some paints and ceramics. Colour pigments in the material absorb the laser radiation and change colour. As the colour change takes place in the material itself, the surface texture does not change.

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