Use aluminium engraving machine to mark serial numbers, signs, graphics, medical equipment or building signs on metal tools; industrial markings have absolute advantages in identifying and distinguishing other products.
Aluminum is the second largest metal market in the world. It has been widely used in industry because it is lighter than steel, and its lighter weight means reduced gas consumption. It also generates carbon dioxide emissions. The expansion of other metals such as zinc and copper is another reason for the increase in aluminum consumption. Especially in the transportation, construction and power industries.
All these advantages of aluminum translate into an immediate increase in the demand for aluminium engraving machine and marking. Aluminum is needed in aircraft design and manufacturing, automobiles, trucks, trains, and all other aspects of the transportation industry. Products include doors, windows, window frames, showers and other aluminum fixtures and accessories used in the construction of private or public buildings or structures.
There are two types of aluminium engraving machine:
Dot marking machine: This tool uses a tough alloy tungsten pen on the aluminum surface, which can carry out permanent, high-precision and clear marking.
Laser etching and marking machine: The light beam emitted by the laser cooperates with the controller to track the pattern on the aluminum surface. The controller controls the direction, intensity and speed of the laser.
Laser etching is commonly used for a variety of materials. Laser engraving occurs when the micron level of the beam is only mixed on the surface of the fabric without completely penetrating the fabric. The high power of the laser utilizes high uniformity and unique melting of the fabric surface. Sometimes it is formed in the engraving area without removing any material. It usually oxidizes on the surface of unprocessed, anodized or electroplated metal. Light engraving of metals and oxides. . Only .001 inches of fabric is removed. High-speed marking. Suitable for all metals.
When the marked components need to be reworked or additionally sprayed, so when the material is rough, laser engraving must be deepened on the fabric. And tactile acceleration. This method is recommended if the laser marking is subjected to post-processing pressure (such as sandblasting for die castings). Fast melting and vaporization of the fabric. The change in depth depends on the number of passes. Only applicable to filled fonts/shapes.
It is also a popular method every time a precise fit will be required or material expansion needs to be avoided. You can only conduct conduction to metals that change color under the influence of warmth and oxygen (such as steel and titanium), not aluminum or non-ferrous metals. Usually, the oxide layer is black, but it can also produce other alternative colors. The temperature of the uniformly colored heating layer. Even in the continuous process, the surface of the fabric remains because nothing can change it. The color change can only be achieved by local heating. The warm penetrating metal surface is 0.2 to 0.03 mm deep inside.
Black marking may be a marking process that produces a very high concentration of dark markings. This structured surface reduces the amount of reflected sunlight, thus resulting in a deep matt blackening of the mark, which shows useful effects from any angle. This makes the markings non-abrasive. Black marking is ideal for rust-proof stainless steel, titanium, copper and brass.
One of the most advanced marking solutions available today is to use an aluminium engraving machine to mark aluminum and then engrave on anodized aluminum and non-anodized aluminum. A very user-friendly and convenient marking technology. Point pressure needle marking and laser etching technology will not mark various aluminum products, regardless of the size, shape and complexity of the mark.