UV Laser Engraving Machine: Introduction and Features

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In particular, on plastic and organic material, the uv laser engraving machine is known for its high absorption rate, allowing it to engrave various materials with minor heat damage and outstanding contrast.

The UV laser wavelength is ideal for “cold marking” applications where heat zones are prohibited since it is adaptable and suited for a wide range of materials.

Fast UV Laser marking is essential for achieving fast cycle times in manufacturing operations. They are best suited for fine marking and structuring without heat influence on glass applications or ceramics since they have high peak powers.

Traditional laser marking applications and micromaterial processing also offer exceptional quality.

Uses for Laser UV Engraving Equipment

Materials such as can be marked with UV laser engraving machines:

  • Polymers: Acrylic, polyethylene, polyvinyl chloride (PVC), and nylon are some examples of markable plastics.
  • Metals: Some metals can be surface-marked by UV lasers.
  • Mark almost any type of wood. Walnut, oak, maple, birch, plywood, cherry, and fiberboard are among the wood species that can be marked with a UV laser.
  • Glass: Glass won’t break or splinter when our laser markers etch it.
  • Paper and cards can be sliced and laser-marked.
  • Chart with distinct contrasts.


  • Fine marking line and small beam diameter.
  • High-quality and stable laser beam production.
  • Complete machine stability and straightforward operation.
  • Small heat-affected zone, modest pulse width, and entire workpiece.
  • Suitable as a cold light source for sensitive materials.
  • Laser working directly on a chemical chain as far as possible to prevent the thermal effect.