Marking Technology Comparison

Below we shown a Comparison between laser martking, dot marking, ink jet and chemical etch marking. You could easily find out the difference in in the table.

Laser Marking

Laser Marking stands for marking or labeling of workpieces and materials with a laser beam. In this regard, different processes are distinguished, such as engraving, removing, staining, annealing and foaming.

Depending on the material and the quality requirement, each of these procedures has its own advantages and disadvantages.

Dot Marking

Dot peen marking works by electromechanically striking a carbide or diamond stylus assembly against the surface of a part to be marked.

The result is a succession of dots to create digits, text, or simple logos.

Ink Jet Marking

Ink jet Marking is a non-contact, non-abrasive alternative to product marking.

Ink jet out from the printer head and marking on the parts surface.

Chemical Etch Marking

Electrochemical Marking is a permanent process for part marking onto conductive metal surfaces for identification and traceability of metal components.