Laser marker WATTSAN FL ST

Working area:
220x220 mm
Laser power:
20-50 W
Machine size:
930x410x710 mm
Packing size:
930x410x710 mm
Weight:
54 kg
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Laser marker WATTSAN FL ST

Unique selling proposition

  • No consumables required
  • High precision and speed
  • Wide variety of colors and shades
  • Sino-Galvo scanner
  • Easy service

Brief of Laser marker WATTSAN FL ST

WATTSAN FL ST laser marker – convenient use

WATTSAN FL ST laser marker machine is a floor-mounted fiber laser marker for serial marking and engraving in production with a solid-state transmitter (IPG, Max Photonics, Raycus, JPT). It allows creating a full-fledged workplace because it has a compact and spacious housing with a sliding compartment for a keyboard and mouse, system unit can be placed in the housing.

A popular model for engraving and marking on different materials such as metals, plastics, PVC, rubber, ceramics, leather, leatherette, inorganic fillers or dies, glasses and other materials. Application fields: souvenirs, metallic tools, mobile phones, digital watches, electronic chips, keyboard buttons, etc.

This laser marker is equipped with a foot pedal for mass production. The machine can also be equipped with a rotating device for working with cylindrical products. The laser marker is equipped with dimensions of work areas to choose from: 110х110 mm, 200х200 mm, 300х300 mm

The machine is controlled via EzСad system which changes the text in real time during laser treatment. Excel sheets are supported. EzCad intuitive interface allows mastering new equipment in a matter of few hours. Vector and bit map formats of images are supported, for example: BMP, PLT, CDR, DXF, AI, SVG, etc., and the software has a built-in generator for marking and barcoding.

Materials

  • – engraving

  • – marking

  • Carbon steel

    Carbon steel
  • Aluminium

    Aluminium
  • Copper

    Copper
  • Brass

    Brass
  • Titanium

    Titanium
  • Glass

    Glass
  • Stone

    Stone
  • Leather

    Leather
  • Plastic

    Plastic
  • Plexiglas (Acrylic)

    Plexiglas (Acrylic)
  • Cardboard

    Cardboard

Wattsan laser markers are easy and convenient to use

  • Spacious housing for convenient operation

    Spacious marker housing allows creating a full-fledged workplace without preliminary costs. For the operator's convenience, the marker housing has a compartment for the system unit with a sliding compartment for a keyboard and computer mouse.

    Spacious housing for convenient operation
  • F-Theta lens

    The size of the work area changes depending on the size of the installed lens. WATTSAN laser markers are equipped with lenses of two sizes – 85 and 79 mm. If you work in depth on small layouts, it is better to install a lens field diameter, the beam will be thinner and the result will be of higher quality.

    F-Theta lens
  • Focal distance is customized

    By reducing the screw pitch, linear marking on the housing and focal distance adjustment flywheel allows to adjust the scanner along Z-axis as smoothly as possible to meet your needs.

    Focal distance is customized
  • 2-in-1 laser marker

    A rotating device can be installed on the laser marker for working with cylindrical, conical, spherical and other shapes. The device holds even fragile materials securely without damaging them and scratching the surface.

    2-in-1 laser marker

Purchase procedure

  • Equipment selection

    We assist you in making your choice of a machine matching your needs

  • Sending invoice

    We agree on the complete set of the machine and sending the invoice with the final cost of the equipment.

  • Payment

    In full if the machine is in stock. 50% in advance 50% at the delivery if the machine is not in stock.

  • We check the machine

    The 3 step quality control: at the Wattsan factory, at our warehouse in the Netherlands, before the delivery.

  • Delivery or pick-up

    Either a transport company or you pick up the machine from our warehouse.

  • Launching equipment

    We are here to assist you whenever you need support.

Tips for use

  • FL TT with MOPA

    With MOPA you can adjust the pulse frequency and pulse duration in a wide range. With the right parameters, you can colour mark stainless steel and other metals! Let's do an experiment. In this video we will show how the temperature of the material itself affects the colour marking result.

Experiences from enthusiastic bloggers

  • I’m extremely happy with the device! Its powerful reinforced frame reduces wobbling which is perfect for engraving at high speeds. I’ve been using it for acrylic glass and the results look really cool.

    Heinrich Schüür Heinrich Schüür
  • A great laser engraver, it can cut significant thicknesses of wood without effort. I used it for both engraving and cutting, and the machine worked wonderfully.

    Il Makerstauratore Il Makerstauratore
  • This laser engraver can engrave without any problem. How fast and easy it is able to customize products!

    Riccardo Muscarella Riccardo Muscarella
  • Machine has a perfectly flat surface. It makes repetitive work easier for me!

    Matteo Moras Matteo Moras
  • Great job done within an hour. Thanks to the speed of the laser CO2 machine.

    Roberto D'Adago Roberto D'Adago
  • This model is great, and laser precision is crazy, it’s sharp as a razor!

    Roger Jungo Roger Jungo

Technical characteristics

Dimensions

Working area:
220x220 mm
Machine size:
930x410x710 mm
Packing size:
930x410x710 mm
Weight:
54 kg

Materials Table

Materials:
Ceramic, Metal, Rubber, Fabric, Plastic

Optics

Diameter of mirrors:
85 mm
Laser type:
IPG, MAX, RAYCUS
Laser power:
20-50 W
Wave length:
1064-1069 nm
Laser tube lifetime:
100 000 h
Emitter life:
100 000 h

Mechanics

Table model:
Static
Marking speed:
7000
Cooling:
Аir

Hardware

Control system:
BJJCZ Fiber-M
Power consumption:
700 W
Supported format:
AI, PLT, DXF, SVG, BMP, JPEG, GIF, PNG
Controller:
BJJCZ Fiber-M
Electric power supply:
220 V
Software:
EzCad 2

General

Rotary device (optional):
Option

Ask questions

  • Laser markers usually have small working area: from 100*100 to 300*300. You should keep it in mind while choosing the machine.Then you should decide what type of material are you going to work with. For exaple Co2 marker is good for wood, plastic and plexiglass. If you want to mark metal then you should pick fiber laser marker. The choice of emitter depends on the desired result. For example, if you want to do color marking on metal, then IPG or JPT are an excellent choice.

  • It is a permanent image resistant to mechanical damage, acidic and alkaline media, high and low temperatures. 

  • It depends on your application. The main selection criterion is the emitter power and the lens. For quick deep engraving or working on highly reflective metals, it is better to use emitters with a power of 50W and a lens with a working area of 110x100mm. For high quality marking a 20-30W emitter and a 200x200 or 300x300 mm lens will do the trick. For more details, please contact Virmer managers: +31852731786, е-mail: info@virmer.com

  • For the hobby, budget markers with MaxPhotonics or Raycus emitters are suitable. However, if your hobby is jewellery making, you should consider machines with IPG emitters from 50W. For more details, please contact Virmer managers: +31852731786,
    е-mail: info@virmer.com 

  • CO2 laser sources mark and engrave organic materials: plywood and all types of wood-based materials, paper and cardboard, leather and faux leather, fabric, glass and mirror, plastics and rubber, stone and ceramics. Fiber emitters mark and engrave metals (ferrous metals, stainless steel, aluminium, titanium, etc), plastics and rubber, leather and faux leather. 

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