Eunil Introduces ELM-800 Laser Marker


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The Eunil in-line ELM-800 Laser Marker is an automation machine used to add a barcode, QR, 1D, or 2D on PCBs. It is essential for traceability as marking data will not be worn off over time. Additionally, the system has minimized marking cycle time by using a laser head with a moving X/Y axis robot and high speed running conveyor.

A barcode scanner is able to be integrated as an option, as well as a data communication which transfers marking data to production management systems. Other options available include a vision camera, PCB orientation verification, and precise marking by fiducial mark.

The ELM-800 also has a space efficient design with compact machine length.  Laser marking traceability is becoming popular in the industry, as it is a cost effective alternative to labels.  This eliminates the need to replace ink or label paper, and eliminates the need for manual labor.

About Eunil

Eunil is a world-wide leader in the Factory Automation Industry as a manufacturer of SMD peripheral equipment. Recently, they have expanded the scope of the business to include the Semiconductor and Automotive industries. Eunil H.A., Americas, Inc. is proud to provide the best customer service in the industry, and ensure superior quality throughout their entire product line. Eunil also designs and builds custom equipment for their clients.

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