Laser Marking

Matthews offers a complete line of CO2, diode and fiber laser marking machines to suit your marking and coding needs.  Our lasers are designed to fit a number of industrial and packaging applications, whether you need to mark in static or continuous mode, and onto a variety of materials, such as glass, plastic, paper, cardboard, foils, coated metals, and building materials.  Laser coding doesn’t involve any inks or chemicals, making it a very clean, eco-friendly and cost-efficient method of marking your product.  Other benefits of Matthews’ laser products are:

  • Longest focal distance in the industry allowing the laser to be mounted away from production line obstruction
  • Three control interface models (Network, Keyboard, and 10.4” color touch screen)
  • Eight different mounting orientations allowing you to integrate the laser into tight spaces
  • Multiple lens options for increasing field size and focal distance
  • Air cooled and water cooled options as well as NEMA 4 models available for dusty and wash down environments
  • Extensive controller input/output that is clearly labeled for safety integration
  • Layer mode selection for fast message changing or dynamic field attribute changes
  • Beam bender options to “snorkel” the steered laser beam into tight spaces
  • Ethernet, USB, and serial interface ports are standard, providing flexible interface options
  • Every system sold includes free Windows design software for desktop/laptop operation for remote message file creation
Fiber Laser from Matthews Marking Systems

e-SolarMark Fiber

Revolutionary solution for permanent coding on packaging foils, various plastic / metal products and packages which is offering Vector-quality code in stationary and “On the Fly” marking / coding.

Matthews Marking Systems e-SolarMark CO2 laser marking

e-SolarMark CO2

Matthews Marking Systems e-SolarMark C02 laser coding systems are ideal for high speed food, beverage, and pharmaceutical packaging applications, in addition to many different industrial applications.

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