Isotech introduces Rotomark Rotary Table Laser Marking System

  • October 28, 2010
Isotech introduces Rotomark Rotary Table Laser Marking System
Isotech introduces Rotomark Rotary Table Laser Marking System

Hatfield, PA — Isotech announced the Lasit Rotomark rotary table laser marking system for industrial marking solutions of both large quantities and single items.The Rotomark laser marking system allows users to both load and unload product while marking. Increased production is possible by adding the optional X and/or Y axis to accommodate large pallets while using the rotary table function.The Rotomark laser system incorporates an extra door which allows for direct access to the marking chamber. This extra door offers easy access for the operator to process single parts or setup the machine using Lasit’s exclusive proprietary preview function and the SmartFocus.The SmartFocus console provides a 19 inch LCD monitor, keyboard, mouse, and joystick for quick axes positioning. In addition, the included camera can be used to inspect the marking quality and read the Data Matrix to certify the readability.The Rotomark laser marking table is available with an X or a Y axis which provides an expanded marking area which includes a 500 mm travel X axes. This travel makes it possible to cover a marking area up to 650 (x) by 150 (y) mm.The Rotomark laser marking system can be supplied either with two simultaneous buttons requiring use of both hands to start the process for safety or with light curtains. Both options meet all CDRH/ FDA safety requirements.The heart of the Rotomark is the index mechanism. The quality of this device affects the performances and reliability of the machine. The Rotomark laser marking system uses a solid, rugged over-dimensioned cam based index mechanism which includes a large bearing (>200mm according to the size of the table) that together with a grinded cam increases accuracy better than 100 microns on a diameter of 800mm. The result is assurance that the marking will happen exactly in the same place every turn consistently for hundred of thousands of rotations.

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