Reigate, Surrey – Thinklaser Limited, a key supplier in the laser marking and engraving market, announces its entry into the CO2 systems market with the launch of a new Lightwriter laser marking product range. The company believe there is a gap in the market for a supplier of Class 1 marking products in the CO2 wavelength.
Working in co-operation with Laser Lines Thinklaser will utilise the Sinrad 25-40 watt CO2 tubes in their Lightwriter Class 1 marking products.
As with all Thinklaser products the Class 1 chassis is designed to provide manufacturing with choices of power output, process area along with standalone operation or full integration into production line formats. Phil Harris project design engineer with Thinklaser said that cooperation with laser lines gives us access to one of the world’s most successful CO2 sources. We are confident that its reputation and performance will make our LightWriter products very attractive to the marking and engraving markets.
Thinklaser has, for over 10 years have been providing marking solutions using laser technology to industrial markets both here in the UK and overseas. The company has gained a reputation in developing bespoke solutions which combine cost effective engineering with clever processing techniques. The range of products available will include stand alone and product integration formats for production line incorporation.