Hitachi LM-C300 Laser Marker
The Hitachi LM-C300 is available with two different power output levels — 10 and 30 W — and three different wavelengths — 9.3, 10.2 and 10.6 µm. It is designed to handle marking applications across multiple types of packaging materials including paper, corrugated cardboard, glass, rigid plastics, flexible foils and films.
The LM-C300 CO2 laser marker in the 10.6 µm version makes good prints on paper and cardboard packaging and glass packaging. This light wavelength suits most packaging applications.
The 9.3 µm version is suitable for the marking of PET plastics. The surface is smoothly marked without the danger of pinholes or risk of cracking the internal structure.
The 10.2 µm version is suited to marking on thin films and any types of packaging foils. Packaging materials that suit this laser light wavelength include PE, HDPE, LDPE, PP, OPP, OPA.MA, POM, PUR, ABS and PVC.
The laser marker adopts new design features for simple and intuitive operation. A new icon-based 10″ full colour touchscreen features WYSIWYG message creating and operating environment. The touchscreen is easy to use in both handheld and on the equipment configurations.
Reliability is enhanced due to a new cooling system design where air is supplied through the whole laser tube at the heart of the laser marker. Blowing air out around the lens keeps particulates off the focal lens and keeps the lens clean. It reduces the loss of laser output for more stable marking. The housing of the laser is environment protected to the rating of IP54 for use in harsh environments.
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