A scale is a general term for marks engraved on measuring tools and instruments to indicate the magnitude of a quantity and for these marks. Including scales, dials, graduated bottles and other measuring tools. Among them, the scale also includes steel ruler, tape measure, vernier caliper, micrometer, spiral micrometer, etc.
The role of scale
The scale is an important measuring tool for measuring the length, width and height of the object and the capacity of the liquid by comparing the distance with the object. It can meet the experimental needs of physics, chemistry, and medicine, and it is also an indispensable measuring tool in scientific research, housing construction, and clothing manufacturing. It can be seen that the application of scale involves all aspects of social life.
The traditional way of processing the scale
Traditional scale processing methods include hand engraving and ink printing. However, with the continuous expansion of the application range of scale measurement tools and the continuous diversification of materials used, especially the continuous popularization of metal measurement tools, the traditional processing method is not only difficult to ensure the longevity and accuracy of the scale numbers, but also cannot keep up with its processing rhythm. Therefore, when laser marking with coexistence of precision and speed is applied to scale processing, the overall quality and efficiency have risen several levels.
The principle of laser marking scale
Laser marking machine uses a high-energy-density laser beam to physically change the surface of the measuring tool to “engrave” traces, or burn part of the material through light energy, showing the logo, pattern, text, barcode, etc. that need to be etched Various graphics. The laser marking method that uses software to control the marking image, depth and direction is obviously better and more acceptable.
For the processing needs of precision instruments such as measuring tools, Linxuan Laser has developed a variety of high-precision, high-quality and high-tech laser marking machines that meet the needs of metals or non-metals, and have shown their talents in the precision instrument processing industry.