A new frontier in high-performance fiber laser marking.
Bologna - March 23rd, 2015 - Datalogic, a global leader in Automatic Data Capture and Industrial Automation markets and world-class producer of bar code readers, mobile computers, sensors, vision system and laser marking equipment, today announced the release of the new laser marker UniQ™, the industry’s first compact all-in-one fiber laser marker.
The UniQ laser marker will be unveiled for the first time at Automate 2015, the largest solutions-based showcase of automation technologies in North America, held March 23-26 at Chicago's McCormick Place.
The UniQ™ laser marker is a revolutionary and innovative approach to fiber laser marking:
The UniQ laser marker combines a compact form factor with superior laser marking performance. Embedded in compact mechanical dimensions are the fiber laser source, power supply, and a fully operational controller. Packaged in stylish and robust housing, the UniQ laser marker delivers the industries best cost/watt marking solution.
The UniQ laser marker works seamlessly with Datalogic’s Lighter Suite, providing a user-friendly, powerful interface and complete software tools. It is fully compatible with other Datalogic laser control interfaces.
UniQ provides an extremely compact and flexible solution for manufacturing industries where the ease of use, form factor, and price/power ratio are the most critical purchasing criteria.
“Datalogic has historically provided customers with solutions purpose-built to simplify installation and reduce cost, and we’re excited to unveil the latest product in our laser marking portfolio that sets setting a new standard in both”, comments Mark Kremer, Vice President of Laser Marking and Machine Vision at Datalogic. “Unlike any other product available on the market, the UniQ laser marker greatly reduces the complexity of adding marking capabilities to any production line. Using Datalogic’s proprietary fiber laser technology, the UniQ laser marker provides customers with the best cost per watt ratio for their production lines.”