Industrial Laser Marking

Parts Identification and Traceability for Every Industry

Laser-based solutions can be used for part identification and traceability in a variety of industries, from manufacturing to healthcare to aerospace.

By using lasers to mark parts with unique identifiers such as barcodes, serial numbers, or data matrices, it becomes easier to track them throughout the supply chain and verify their authenticity. Laser marking can also improve efficiency and reduce the risk of errors compared to traditional marking methods. 

Deep Dive: The Industry's Unique Marking Requirements

Explore our product capabilities for your industry application.


Anyone in the battery industry can benefit from laser technology, whether it’s for electric vehicles, energy storage, or cleantechs.


MACLASER offers the best marking technology to meet the needs of the oil and gas industry.


To address the most demanding automotive requirements, MACLASER provides the fastest lasers on the market. Our solutions are built with industrial grade components and meet class-1 laser safety standards.


Our fiber laser machines can engrave or mark all types of metal including stainless steel, aluminum, tool steel, brass, titanium and more, allowing you to create a variety of mark types in no time!


When manufacturing these parts, laser technology offers new possibilities to improve quality, implement traceability and minimize costs. Contrary to alternatives, lasers require no consumables to operate and are extremely low maintenance.


Every material and component manufactured to fly an aircraft, from its wings to its smallest, most complex components, can be tracked and traced using a MACLASER laser or dot matrix marking machine.


Marking lasers are the tool of choice for marking sensitive electronic components. Targeted energy input and stable laser properties guarantee process reliability, permanence and traceability – even with different types of component materials.


Whether it’s a surgically implanted screw, knee replacement or prescription drug packaging, correct marking on the correct part is critical to patient safety, efficiency and accuracy in the healthcare industry.

Our Industrial Laser Marking Types

Fiber Laser Marking
Fiber laser marking technology uses a high-powered laser beam generated by a fiber optic cable. This type of laser is ideal for marking metals and plastics and can produce high-quality, permanent markings.

CO2 Laser Marking
CO2 laser marking technology uses a laser beam generated by a gas-filled tube. This type of laser is suitable for marking plastics, paper, and wood, and can produce high-contrast markings.

UV Laser Marking
UV laser marking technology uses a laser beam with a shorter wavelength, allowing it to mark materials that are difficult to mark with other types of lasers, such as glass and certain plastics.

Factors to Consider When Choosing an Industrial Laser Marking System

– Material type and thickness
– Marking requirements, including size, depth, and contrast
– Production volume and speed
– Cost of the system and maintenance
– Compatibility with existing production equipment
– Ease of use and programming

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