Laser glass marking
Glass is one of the world’s oldest and most versatile human-created materials. Made from liquid sand exposed to extreme temperatures, glass has a very unique composition. At ordinary temperatures, glass materials are relatively strong, biologically inactive, and corrosion resistant. Below, we will explain more about its use and laser glass marking.
Thanks to its ease of shaping, glass has been customarily used for containers such as bowls, vases, bottles, jars and drinking glasses. The refractive, reflective and transmission properties of glass also make it suitable for manufacturing optical lenses, prisms, and optoelectronics materials.
Various technologies can be used to mark or label glass. Laser glass marking is possible with technologies such as UV to react with the material to leave a precise, readable mark. Labels can also be applied to flat or curved glass surfaces in a uniform way.
Solutions for the glass sector
Lineal idBlocks 4020/6020
The blow and contact label applicator system.
Frontal idBlocks 4030/6030
The label applicator system for different product faces.
Fan idBlocks 4042
The label applicator system for high speed corners or uneven surfaces.
Blow idBlocks 4050
The contactless, high speed label applicator system.
idBlocks Pallet 6011
The label applicator system for two labels and one stop at high speed.
idBlocks Pallet 6013/6014
The label applicator system for two label placements in 2 stops.
idBlocks Pallet 6015
The label applicator system for multiple placement of labels.
idBlocks Pallet 6020
The low-cost, one-side label applicator system.
Low cost labelling.
MLA 3020/5020/8020 SP & PR
Label applicator solution for different lengths or difficult access zones.
MLA 3060/5060/8060 SP & PR
Affordable labelling applicator solution by mechanical detachment.
MLA 5030 SP & PR
Label applicator solution by rotary arm for 2 double sided labels.
MLA 5050 SP & PR
Contactless, high speed blow applicator solution.