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    Design and construction of industrial machines.
    Automation of production processes.


    Marking and engraving


    Laser marking and engraving of metal parts is one of the main areas where this laser technology is used. The possibilities are huge – from engraving any shapes on products, to applying QR codes to car components in order to assign them to i.e. a specific production batch.


    Marking and laser engraving of plastics is often used in the areas where application of markings directly to the product is required. Depending on the type of material, it is necessary to select the appropriate marking technology and parameters that will ensure the required durability of the applied marking. The following can be labelled: ABS, nylon, polycarbonate, polypropylene, polyethylene, etc.

    Glass and ceramics

    Marking and laser engraving of glass and ceramics allows for fast, precise, clean and cheap application of i.e. decorations on elements. We can provide solutions that allow for this type operation on both flat and round elements. This technology is very often used in the production of advertising gadgets.


    Laser marking of rubber is a great way to streamline your production processes. It is a perfect solution in the automotive and footwear industry. As a result, you no longer need to make expensive modifications of casting moulds; it is replaced by a very flexible laser process, in which you can immediately implement any changes by engraving the rubber shape. The rubber laser engraving process can also be used for rapid prototyping of treads.


    Laser marking of textiles allows for instant and repeatable production of a pattern imitating abrasions on the material. This process can be combined with laser cutting of textiles, which greatly speeds up the production process. With it, you will be on the next level of advancement.

    Marking on the fly

    MOTF (Marking on the fly) – our laser systems are suitable for marking parts in motion. It is possible to implement markings at the elements at time of transport, e.g. by a belt conveyor, without the need to stop and precisely position the elements. Thanks to this, a significant reduction in the production cycle time and production line costs is achieved. Marking made in this way is absolutely of the same quality as stationary marking. The use of this technology significantly increases the efficiency of production lines and is perfect for food, medical and electronic industries, among others.