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Foba will present its patent-pending innovation in vision-based automated laser positioning

Foba Y.1000

The new 100-Watt fibre laser FOBA Y.1000 operates up to 40 percent faster than common 50-Watt lasers and allows for marking substrates that are usually difficult to mark with other models

Laser marking solutions

At the Westec (Los Angeles/USA, 12-14 September 2017), Foba Laser Marking and Engraving will be showcasing laser marking solutions for a wide range of industrial applications

M3000-UV

At the Fakuma, the international exhibition for plastics processing in Friedrichshafen, Germany, FOBA will be showcasing special marking solutions for different plastics

Making a mark

New regulations on unique device identifiers for medical equipment and implants are being phased in by the US Food and Drug Administration, codes that are best marked with a laser, as Rachel Berkowitz finds out

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