Laser & Pin Marking Applications Listing

Marking Applications

From Laser Engraving & Laser Marking to Dot Peen Marking & Scribing

MECCO has been solving sophisticated application requirements for a variety of industries over its 125+ year history. We deliver expertise that helps guide our customers to find the best solution for their needs – whether it falls under the laser or dot peen product line.

Our unmatched comprehensive application support delivers significant savings in time and money. We strive to understand your specific application challenges so that we can provide you with a full turnkey solution using both laser and pin marking-based technologies.

Laser

  • Carbon Migration

    Carbon migration occurs during the heating of metal or metal alloys, causing the metal to chemically bond with traces of carbon molecules at or near the part’s surface, creating a dark – sometimes even black – permanent mark.

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    Carbon Migration

  • Laser Annealing

    Laser annealing refers to localized heating that changes the color of the material being heated depending on temperature of the heat.

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    Laser Annealing

  • Laser Bonding

    Laser bonding is unlike any other type of laser application in that it is an additive process that affixes material to the surface/part that is being marked.

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    Laser Bonding

  • Laser Cutting

    Laser cutting is fast, precise and delivers a high-quality finish through a non-contact process at a defined focal length.

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    Laser Cutting

  • Laser Discoloration

    Laser discoloration on plastic happens when color is changed from the pigments or additives interaction with the laser’s localized heating.

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    Laser Discoloration

  • Laser Etching/Engraving

    Laser etching and engraving can be done on almost any part, making it a great solution for traceability in a variety of industries.

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    Laser Etching/Engraving

  • Laser Marking

    In simplest terms, laser marking is a permanent process that leaves a lasting mark on a surface through a variety of methods. This marking can be done with a pulsed or continuous wave laser.

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    Laser Marking

  • Laser Welding

    Laser welding utilizes a laser beam as a concentrated heat source to join multiple pieces together. Delivering a focused heat source, laser welding creates a strong seam at a high speed.

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    Laser Welding

  • Layer Ablation

    Laser ablation refers to the removal of a layer from the surface of a part. Individual layers can be ablated without damaging the underlying surfaces.

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    Layer Ablation



Pin Marking

  • Deep Marking

    Providing marks that are fast and deep, Dot Peen marks are readable even after painting, galvanizing or plating.

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    Deep Marking

  • Dot Peen

    Dot peen marks are made when a single pin or multi-pin device creates a specific dot pattern in each character.

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    Dot Peen

  • Low-Stress Pin Marking

    In order to maintain a part’s strength and durability, Dot Peen machines can add low-stress marking that avoids compromising a part’s strength.

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    Low-Stress Pin Marking

  • Scribing

    Scribers are a pneumatic system that presses down and drags across the part surface.

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    Scribing

  • Vibra Peen

    Vibra Peen™ is a method of pin marking where the stylus cycles up and down at a fixed rate of 80-100 cycles per second, creating a mark that has no specific dot pattern.

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    Vibra Peen

Learn More About Laser Marking vs Pin Marking

There are multiple factors to consider when choosing to implement a part marking method.  Head over to our Knowledge Base to compare marking technologies and learn about the factors to consider in your marking method selection criteria.

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