From 23 to 27 April 2012, FOBA, international market and technology leader of systems and integrated solutions for laser marking and engraving, will exhibit at Hannover Messe in Germany and present its novel marking laser FOBA C.0100.
From fine markings on electronic components to deep engravings of 3D textures on small workpieces to markings of machine-readable codes on moving parts, FOBA's high-performance systems work out diverse marking and engraving tasks in the metal and plastic processing industries. At booth no. C08 in hall 17, FOBA will showcase three of its varied system solutions, among others, the novel FOBA C.0100:
FOBA C.0100 is a small, compact and extra short marking laser that performs challenging tasks, also in a localized manner. C.0100 applies fine laser marks on tiny moving or static components and products, such as electronic devices and boards.
The 2-in-1 laser workstation FOBA G3 stands for versatility and uncompromising precision. FOBA G3 is ideal for highly-precise deep engravings on small workpieces but also for laser markings on small and premium parts. This predestines FOBA G3 for varied laser marking and engraving applications in the tool, metal and mold making sector, the fine engraving sector as well as for numerous applications in the medical design and manufacturing industries. The additional equipment with the camera systems FOBA IMP (Intelligent Mark Positioning) and Point & Shoot™ ensures highly-precise markings and repetition accuracy. Thus, scrap is reduced significantly.
The CO2 laser marker LC300 marks a virtually unlimited spectrum of products and materials with high speed and high quality with information such as multi-line texts through graphics to machine-readable codes. Thanks to its compact design, the LC300 is easy to integrate into production lines.
At FOBA's booth visitors can assure themselves of the advantages of the high-performance laser marking, engraving and camera systems. Furthermore, they can learn everything about the whole scope of FOBA's solutions for laser marking and engraving: from OEM laser systems ready to integrate into production lines through to workstations for stand-alone operation and high precision laser engraving machines.