FOBA showcasing at Intec and MD&M West

FOBA Laser Marking + Engraving
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FOBA Laser Marking + Engraving is attending two international trade shows in February to present innovative direct part marking solutions: At both the Intec in Leipzig/Germany (Feb. 5 – 8, 2019) and the MD&M West in Anaheim/USA (Feb. 5 – 7, 2019),..

...a FOBA M2000 laser marking system will be presented on-site at the booth.

The trade show presentation also includes the recently introduced technology FOBA Mosaic™ for fixture-less laser marking. FOBA Mosaic™ works with a camera that is integrated directly in the marking head. The vision-system creates a view of the entire marking field without optical distortion and enables an automated laser mark-alignment. Expensive product fixtures therefore become unnecessary, which means essential cost-savings.

The showcased laser marking machine FOBA M2000-P will be equipped with a 20 Watt fiber laser and the integrated software MarkUS 2.12, also including FOBA Mosaic™. At the Intec FOBA will also present the FOBA Y.1000, a powerful 100 Watt laser marker for the integration in high-throughput production lines that specifically complies with high-speed manufacturing requirements.

Apart from the live presentations at the booth, FOBA is also hosting two lectures at the Intec: On February 7th, Dr. Faycal Benayad-Cherif will be speaking about the innovations offered by FOBA Mosaic™ marking solution (2:30 p.m., lecture in English language). On February 8th, medical market expert Christian Söhner will provide information about UDI-compliant laser marking of medical products (11:20 a.m., lecture in German language).

Intec (trade fair for the metal processing industry), February 5-8, 2019, Leipzig fair, Germany

FOBA booth: Hall 2, stand B59

MD&M West (medical industry trade show), February 5-7, 2019, Anaheim Convention Center, Anaheim, CA, USA (#AdvMfgExpo)

FOBA booth: Hall E, stand 360

FOBA M2000-P with three programmable axes and integrated software with FOBA Mosaic™ (Image rights: FOBA)
FOBA M2000-P with three programmable axes and integrated software with FOBA Mosaic™ (Image rights: FOBA)

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