Electronics Industry Laser Systems

Manufacturers of components for the electronics sector mark their products to identify them, to add instructions and to enable tracking and traceability. Increasingly a 2D code is required to meet the EIA 706 standard.

Manufacturers of components for the telecommunications sector mark their products to identify them, to add instructions and to enable tracking and traceability. Increasingly a 2D code is required and this is generally to meet the EIA 706 electronics standard.

Lasers are used because of their ability to mark metals and a wide range of plastic substrates.

They are an attractive alternative to other technologies (dot pinning, scribing, etching and micro-percussion) because they are digital, clean, reliable and low cost.

Case Studies : Tyco

Tyco Portugal needed to print on its products its logo, a product code, a batch number and a 2D code. Although it has been using ink, it found that the systems were not reliable, the coding quality was not satisfactory and its maintenance cost was too high. In addition, they were dirty and took a lot of time to get ready for printing.

Macsa proposed to mark with a laser system, the laser coders can be easily installed, they are compact and provide clean marks and codes. Macsa lasers are affordable and are extremely reliable, furthermore they require no consumables. There are now different MACSA lasers operating at the Evora Plant in Portugal including Macsa K series utility lasers, F series fiber lasers and D series YAG lasers.

“Our goal was to provide a high degree of legibility, increase our productivity and of course reduce maintenance cost. Macsa lasers are systems that produce high quality and permanent codes. They have demonstrated their reliability and we rely on MACSA to give us the best customer service and provide us with the solutions that suit us the best.

Market Electronics
Application Relays systems
Substrate Plastic
Laser system K-1000, F-9000, D-5000
Static application

About Tyco Electronics
With a 50-plus year history of leadership, Tyco Electronics is one of the world’s largest suppliers of passive electronic components, including connectors and interconnects systems, relays, switches, circuit protection devices, touch screens, sensors, and wire and cable. With more than 75,000 committed employees its products are used primarily in the automotive, computer, communications equipment, industrial machinery, aerospace and defense, household appliance, consumer electronics, commercial equipment, medical and instrumentation markets.

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