Our LightScribe Model Range

Fibre Laser Engraver Machines
MOPA Fibre Laser Engraver Machines

LightScribe

Laser engraving on metallic materials made easy, with selectable laser sources from 20-50W.

LightScribe M

Improved control and flexibility in metallic engraving. Engrave in colour on your stainless steel components

Designed with safety in mind

Class 1, fully interlocked laser enclosure means the lightscribe is safe in any environment

Quick set up

Integrated EZ-CAD2 software, plug in a laptop and begin engraving almost immediately

High speed marking

Engrave at over 2000mm/min

Focus assist

Three point red dot pointer makes adjusting to the correct focal point simple and easy

Preview marking function

Cast your image onto the component to ensure correct marking position

Jigs & Fixtures compatible

Securely fix jigs or tooling to the work area for accurate component marking time and again

MOPA Fibre Laser Source

Increased pulse frequency control - bring colour to your laser marking with stainless steel components

Quick set up

Integrated EZ-CAD2 software, plug in a laptop and begin engraving almost immediately

High speed marking

Engrave at over 2000mm/min

Focus assist

Three point red dot pointer makes adjusting to the correct focal point simple and easy

Preview marking function

Cast your image onto the component to ensure correct marking position

Jigs & Fixtures compatible

Securely fix jigs or tooling to the work area for accurate component marking time and again

If you are unsure which variant of Lightscribe is most suitable for your application. Please get in touch with our sales team who will advise you based on your current and future applications. 

The Fibre and MOPA Fibre Laser sources used in the Lightscribe offer supreme flexibility. When it comes to laser marking and laser engraving, it is possible to process a vast assortment of metallic and non-metallic materials.

Frequently Asked Questions

Can I cut metal with the Lightblade?

It is not possible to cut metal with the Lightblade range of laser cutting and engraving machines. While it is possible to laser cut metal, using both CO2 and Fibre lasers, these machines typically have a power output of 1KW+. The power output from our glass tubes (even the 150W variants) is insufficient to cut metal.

The Lightscribe fibre marking can sometimes laser cut very thin (<200 microns) sheets of metal. However, this will require a number of passes and can result in thermal stress of the surrounding material. 

Can I post process my parts?

A: Yes if required. Depending on the material used and application, you may want to anneal the parts to seal the parts from liquids or chemical ingress. You can also post process to improve surface finish or paint the parts.

Can I fit a rotary attachment?

Yes, Thinklaser supply two variants, one for wood and one for glass.

How accurate are the machines?

A: Our patented beltless drives’ use a Helical rack and pinion. This system offers positional accuracy to 10 Microns in the X and Y axis’. The Z axis is driven by ball screw for consistency and stability during long print runs. 

Does Roboze have a heated build chamber

A: Yes; controlled at 1800C on the production printers, passive on the other printers at 1200C.

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