Respect for the environment

Macsa ID lasers for coding and marking have a high technological component. We have invested in them a great deal of time and effort so that they are as effective for our customers as they are respectful of the environment. Our goal for the coming years is to make sustainability one of the key parts of our business strategy. By incorporating this concept into our business model, we can add value to everything we do.

Today's consumers expect and demand new environmental and social values ​​from companies and brands. The Havas World Report, March 2017, indicates that 75% of consumers believe that companies have an ethical obligation to operate in a sustainable manner without damaging the environment and 53% of them avoid buying from companies that have a negative social environmental impact. Lasers for coding and marking are more sustainable than any other technology:

In recent times, Macsa ID has joined the industry’s reflection on the need to create solutions that optimize production and profitability, while reducing their impact on the planet.

As a result of this reflection, Ecoding was born: a concept that brings together the most ecological and sustainable solutions from Macsa ID. In this lines, laser technology meets all the conditions to become the perfect solution in terms of sustainability:

  • No harmful emissions that can affect people and the planet.
  • No consumables: laser is a clean Technology that does not produce waste.
  • Clean: it performs marking and coding without the intervention of consumables such as ink that make a mess of the workspace.
  • Energy efficient: maximum speed and quality of coding and marking with optimal use of energy.

Improve the marking and coding of your company while reducing your environmental impact

Consumable free

Clean, waste free technology


No harmful emissions. Good for the work environment and for the planet.


It will allow you to enjoy a cleaner and safer work space.

Energy efficient

Maximum quality and market speed with minimum energy consumption.