The Process

The process of laser marking is done by operators that have been extensively trained. Lasers are being used to engrave, etch, or mark. Most metals like steel, aluminum, titanium, copper and brass are suitable for laser engraving as well as plastics, wood and leather. A beam of light is used as the tool. There is less wear and tear on tools because the process produces a non-contact mark.

AAA Laser Marking provides a permanent message on an in-process or finished component. We can laser etch text, serial and part numbers, company logos, bar codes, or 2D codes on all plain, painted, anodized, or plated metal surfaces, whether they are flat sheets, curved surfaces, or cylinders. Laser engraving also produces very high quality marks on most plastic materials. A character as small as 0.010 inch and as large as 12 inches can be marked with our laser engravers.


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Why laser marking?

Mark permanence:
Once applied it remains with the product for life. There is no chance of it fading or falling off.

Graphic flexibility:
Any type of logo, bar code, 2D Data-Matrix bar code, patent number, trademark, alpha-numeric, icon, symbol, or graphic design can be applied in almost any shape and size.

Process repeatability:
Based on the programmed control and high positioning accuracy of the laser, all markings repeat from part to part.

Non-contact process:
Allows for all shapes from concave to convex and flat to cylindrical to be marked with no tool wear and low influence on the material.

High resolution:
Very demanding and complex marks can be produced with clarity and high readability down to character sizes smaller than .01 inches.

Incremental marking:
Progress part serialization and sequential number processing is computer controlled with no part to part setup.

Environment friendly:
The process is self-contained and generates no waste products.

High speed:
Assures fast turnaround time and cost effective marking with the use of preprogrammed computer controlled processing movement from piece to piece and design to design.

Superior quality and accuracy:
Because of the precise nature of the Nd:YAG laser beam and computer controlled marking, quality and accuracy are maintained throughout the order.

Material flexibility:
Ferrous and non-ferrous metals, plastics, and ceramics can all be marked with the same designs generated from a preprogrammed setting that adjusts the laser to meet the engraving, annealing, ablation, etching, color change, or bleaching requirements of the material.