Markings and codes containing information such as serial or batch numbers among other data, need to be made on the plastic components used in the automotive industry. These markings must be carried out obtaining maximum contrast. These automotive parts will undergo temperature oscillations and will be in direct contact with dirt and grease, so […]
The main function of concrete sleepers is to maintain the stability of the tracks when faced with the static stress caused by the train’s own weight and variations in temperature. Thanks to its lower cost and strength, wood sleepers have been replaced by concrete ones, but is a laser capable of marking a concrete […]
Marking and coding generally indicate the serial number, the batch number, the expiry date and so on, but this time we are going to focus on when a warning message needs to be added, and specifically the marking of a safety logo. By means of an ‘etching’ system (vacuum engraving mode) and the use […]
In the automotive industry many different component manufacturers are involved to deliver the parts needed for final assembly. The productivity demands of the automotive sector necessitate coding and marking systems that enable the identification, control and traceability of all components at every stage of production. The Macsa Nano D-6006 laser is a DPSS laser that […]
There are many reasons why the products are coded, thanks to Macsa ID laser equipment, almost all substrates may be marked with guarantees of permanence and contrast. This is the case of aluminum valves. A 2D Datamatrix code marking was performed on them to control traceability.
Companies that need to mark their products face many challenges in terms of achieving high-quality coding. And traditional marking systems do not always provide the optimal result we are looking for. Laser marking, on the other hand, stands out from other systems because of its reliability and precision. Due to its adaptability and printing quality, […]
The origins of Macsa ID date back to 1908 in Manresa (Barcelona), when a small family business began to manufacture rubber stamps and labelling elements for companies and professionals of the city. In just a few years, its business had expanded to the rest of the country, distributing machinery and consumables for stamp manufacturers throughout Spain.