Self-adjusting Laser Engraver

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With integrated vision system for marking control

Industrial Equipment & Supplies, Industry 4.0

Self-adjusting Laser Engraver
Self-adjusting Laser Engraver

Gravotech offers a brand-new range of laser engraving machines. This guarantees users the most appropriate response to their marking and traceability needs. Implementation simplicity and innovative features provide relevant and effective responses with controlled costs.

End-to-end part tracebility 

The new generation offers a 3D-module for adjustment-free marking on several levels or inclined planes, up to 120 mm. The Vision Manager is an integrated vision system, allowing end-to-end traceability: marking verification in real time, instantaneous control of marked data, communication of results and historical data logging. The continuous and instantaneous data exchange (Profinet, Ethernet IP, Ethernet TCP/IP, RS232, etc.) makes it possible to display operations in real time for remote monitoring and integration into the smart factory.

Posted on August 22, 2017 - (57 views)
GravoTech GmbH
Am Gansacker 3A
79224 Umkirch - Germany
+49-7665500715
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