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RFH 3W5W laser fine technology solves the problem of glass marking

Jun 10 , 2021

RFH 3W5W laser fine technology solves the problem of glass marking

 

The perfect spot characteristic of RFH UV laser meets curved glass marking

 

The superior beam quality of RFH nanosecond laser engraves various fancy glass products

 

In 3500 BC, the ancient Egyptians first invented glass. Since then, in the long river of history, glass will always appear in both production and technology or daily life.

According to archaeologists, the ancient Chinese glass manufacturing process began in the Western Zhou Dynasty and developed to its peak since the Qing Dynasty. Many beautifully made ancient glass products are collected by the people as heirlooms, which shows people's love for glass. In modern times, various fancy glass products have emerged one after another, and the glass manufacturing process is also constantly improving. Among them, glass marking is the most common glass processing technology. However, due to the limitations of technology and processing tools, many glass marking effects are not ideal, such as missing or penetrating marking.

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  01 Why is glass marking difficult? As we all know, glass has a shortcoming, that is, it is a fragile product. Therefore, if the process is difficult to grasp this degree during glass processing, improper processing will cause the material to be scrapped. Although the laser can perform fine processing of a variety of materials, glass processing. It can greatly reduce the occurrence of this situation, but if the laser is selected or used improperly, it will still cause difficult processing. This is because when the laser is incident on the glass, part of the light will be reflected on the surface, and the other part will be directly transmitted through. When laser marking on the glass surface, a strong energy density is required, but if the energy density is too high, cracks or even chipping will occur; and if the energy density is too low, it will cause the dots to sink or cannot be etched directly on the surface. It can be seen that even using lasers to process glass is difficult.

 

02 How to solve the problem of glass marking? To solve this problem, specific analysis of specific problems is needed. The marking of glass surface can be divided into marking on curved glass surface and marking on flat glass surface. 1 Curved glass marking Affecting factors: The processing of curved glass will be affected by the curved surface. The peak power of the laser, the scanning mode and speed of the galvanometer, the final focus spot, the focal depth of the spot and the scene range will all affect the processing of the curved glass. Specific performance: Especially during processing, you will find that the processing effect of the glass edge is extremely poor, or even no effect at all. This is because the focal depth of the light spot is too shallow. M², spot size, field lens, etc. will affect the depth of focus. Therefore, a laser with good beam quality and narrow pulse width should be selected. 2 Flat glass marking Influencing factors: peak power, final focus spot size, and galvanometer speed will directly affect the surface processing of flat glass. Specific performance: The most common problem in its processing is that when ordinary lasers are used for flat glass marking, there may be etching through the glass. This is because the peak power is too low and the energy density is not concentrated enough. Peak power is affected by pulse width and frequency. The narrower the pulse width, the lower the frequency and the higher the peak power. The energy density is affected by the beam quality M2 and the spot size.

 

Summary: It is not difficult to see that whether it is flat glass or curved glass, lasers with better peak power and M2 parameters should be selected, which can effectively improve the efficiency of glass marking processing, and greatly avoid missed marking and penetration. Appear. 3 The magical use of ultraviolet lasers Ultraviolet lasers have natural advantages in the glass processing industry. Its short wavelength, narrow pulse width, concentrated energy, high resolution, fast speed of light, it can directly destroy the chemical bonds of substances, so as to carry out cold processing without heating the outside, and there will be no deformation of graphics and black fonts after processing. It greatly reduces the appearance of defective products in the mass production of glass marking and avoids the waste of resources. Therefore, UV laser is an ideal tool for processing fragile materials and has been widely used in the field of glass marking. Its laser-marked patterns, etc., can reach the micron level, which is of great significance for product anti-counterfeiting.

 

  03 RFH recommends the model S9 as an excellent solid-state UV laser. The S9 has excellent performance and is extremely effective in glass marking applications! Its peak power is extremely high, accuracy can reach ±0.02mm, M2<1.2, pulse width<12ns@30KHz. In addition, the cavity structure is stable and expandable, and can generate multi-power lasers. In addition, the S9 is designed to be flexible and compact, which can avoid large optical paths, effectively reduce costs and save space, and has a cavity self-cleaning function for longer life. Therefore, the new product series S9 currently launched by RFH Laser is a series of lasers very suitable for glass marking. Glass processing, lock RFH S9 series! Made with ingenuity, the effect is remarkable. Make glass processing more accurate, better, and faster, and the production is far ahead!

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