Standard aWave® laser source for industrial marking on most of materials, with automatic regulation of frequency nanoVIS marks up to 20W. That allows to generate great economies of scale let nanoVIS to have high performance but to be a low cost laser. “All in one” – robust, compact and modular laser head with different housings for each component: galvos, electronics, source and shutter
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Perfect for marking metals, alloys, plastic and many other materials
Laser type: Automator aWave
Security class: 4
A mechanical shutter operates together with the electronic one, for a dual security system!
Like all Automator second generation marking lasers (Gen II), nanoVISII provides a double shutter security system: a mechanical shutter, together with an electronic one, set with the Automator Safety Pack and a Safety Class 1 laser enclosure, allows the laser head to reach a SIL3 – PLE safety grade, the maximum security level in the laser marking fields. With Automator Safety Pack, the operator can work in total security with no risks.
International laws require that the laser is equipped with a mechanical locking device (shutter) for shutting the laser beam in case when the access to the marking area by an operator is needed.
An electronic shutter is not enough! It’s the mechanical shutter that makes the difference. The mechanical double-contact safety shutter physically locks the laser beam when the system spotlights an event in which safety fails or in situations where, inside cabinets, free access to the marking area is required by an operator. Low-cost lasers do not guarantee this fundamental requirement and therefore do not meet the safety regulations.
Automator original EuGENIUSTM Laser Marking Software
EuGENIUSTM Laser Marking Software has been designed and developed by Automator highly specialized team, consolidating the marked requests in the long term marking knowhow of more than 70 years in marking.
Versatile in the applications and friendly to use, even by operators without highly technical specific training, such as CAD knowledge.