The laser marking machine is certainly the best marking tool available on the market due to the permanent markings and compatibility with a wide range of materials. Marks made by these machines are reliable as they are hard to damage by conditions and substances such as oils, vapors, emulsions, and high temperatures.

HeatSign is a professional laser marking products supplier. As experts in the industry, we focus on providing machine laser engraving solutions that will meet our customers’ needs. We also bring you the latest news from the industry.

Here’s why HeatSign can offer you the best Laser Marking Machines:

  • We can offer a wider range of laser marking machines, and we are sure you will find a price and configuration that suits your marking needs.
  • Our laser markers go to more than 50 countries. Most of our business is overseas, so we know how to deliver service to high international standards.
  • We design our laser marking systems for all types of use, whether for standalone marking or integration into the production line.

Popular HeatSign Laser Marking Machines and Products

There are many laser marking tools for all materials and projects on the market. However, with so many lasers marking options for sale on the market, it can be challenging to pick the right laser marking tool for your unique purposes. There are some critical parameters to consider while selecting the laser marking tool: the type of material, the marking quality you need, and the marking speed.

Here are the most popular laser engraving machines based on different use cases:

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Fiber Laser Marking Machine (1.06 µm wavelength)

Our fiber laser marking machine is the most recent development in laser marking technology that uses a low-maintenance solid-state laser source. They have an effective cooling system. As a result, they are very popular among the existing laser marking systems.

Furthermore, they do not require consumable materials, and you don’t have to worry about maintenance. As a result, our Fiber laser marking tools are reliable, safe, and good for the environment.

These fiber laser marking machines are ideal for marking metals such as stainless steel, aluminum, and some plastics.

The following parts are marked using our fiber laser marking/engraving machines.

Fiber Laser marking and engraving

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CO2 Laser Marking Machine (1.06 µm wavelength)

The CO2 laser marking machine uses a stimulated carbon dioxide gas mixture. They are a great choice for a wide range of industries that looks for high efficiency and excellent laser beam quality.

CO2 laser marking tools are applicable for marking non-metallic materials and most plastics. Furthermore, they can label a variety of different artificial and natural substances.

Below is a list of materials compatible with the CO2 lasers marking system:

  • Wood
  • Acrylic
  • Glass
  • Paper
  • Textiles
  • Rubber
  • Plastics
  • Foils & films
  • Leather
  • Stone
  • and more.
CO2 laser engraving and marking

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UV Laser Marking (0.355 µm wavelength)

Unlike the previous two laser marking tools, UV lasers use ultraviolet light. The UV laser light breaks the bonds holding the material surface together.

The atomization is a cold process, producing no peripheral heating. In contrast, IR and other laser types produce intense local heat that can melt or vaporize more fragile compounds and cause serious damage to surrounding areas.

UV laser poses no risk to the strength or thermal integrity of the target materials. As a result, these tools are great engraving lasers for delicate materials like plastics and thin latex.

UV laser marking samples

Because UV laser systems can work at very high speeds, they can help you reduce cycle times for your industrial operations.

You can use them to mark semiconductors and plastics such as PVC, ABS, and Polypropylene. You can also use them on metals, paper, ceramic chips, etc.

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There is a constant requirement for applications in industry to product traceability and identification. This could be while in production or during its life cycle under different operating conditions using the state of the art laser engraving machines.

Quick Introduction to Laser Marking Machine Mechanism

Laser marking is a non-contact process that creates readable marks by generating a visual contrast between the text and the background. Below are the several lasers marking techniques available

Laser Engraving

This method changes specular reflection because it removes material from the surface. It mostly applies to metals. There is an optimal frequency and speed so that evaporation can occur for the particular material. Lasers with short pulses and high peak power generally give the best results and are best suited for these applications.

laser engraving

Laser Etching (Ablation)

This method removes coating or lacquer layers from the base material. For example, the ablation of the oxide layer of anodized aluminum exposes the metal beneath it. Due to the high temperatures ablation markers produce, they heat the surface past its vaporization point. While doing no damage to the base material, this makes your marking pattern or text visible. This type of laser system is used for fine laser marker applications.

laser etching

Laser Annealing

In laser annealing, the marking machine laser beam heats the surface where marks appear due to oxidation. The surface gets its colored appearance as a result of the composition and thickness of the oxide layer. It is highly applicable in stainless steel and titanium part marking

laser Annealing

Laser Color Change

As a rule, this mechanism of marking laser systems usually processes plastics, heating them in precise spots. The heat destroys carbon on the surface, so plastics get darker (e.g., carbonization) or lighter (e.g., bleaching). The exact outcome depends on the type and composition of the plastic or polymer.

Laser color change

Laser Foaming

In this case, the laser machine beam heats the polymer to a given, so some elements begin to foam. Due to the volume change, the material bulges outward. This produces clear textured marks. This type of laser system is extremely useful for applications in products where clear marking is required.

laser foaming

Laser Etching Machine Cost, How Much Does It Cost?

Although you might think that laser etching machines are very expensive, the cost is nothing for the amount of work you can get out of these marking machines.

The laser marking machines cost from $1500 to $12000 depending upon the machine’s size, quality, power, and other factors. As a result, it might be difficult for you to choose the right-priced machine for your task. However, don’t worry since HeatSign will guide you through the process and make you choose the best machine for your needs. All you need to do is contact us through the various contact methods, and you will be guided thoroughly.


All of the laser system technologies are good choices for industrial use. The best option depends on the type of material that needs marks, marking speed, and quality needs. The industry is constantly evolving, and so do our products. Our laser marking machines use the latest tech. The laser source has a modular build. These tools provide high levels of precision and quality for engraving.

We offer laser etching systems/machines for various industrial applications. Our clients include Automotive, Aerospace, Electronics, Telecommunications, Energy, Medical, Jewelry, Instrumentation, and many types of companies. Signing up for our notifications lets you stay updated with industries’ latest news.