With the ProMarker marking laser, you can mark or engrave a wide range metals and plastics. Thanks to the pre-installed DirectMark laser software, the laser works as easily as a printer. You can laser process your design directly from all common graphics and Windows programs. The following tutorials will cover a variety of tips and tricks and procedural explanations on various laser engraving and laser marking topics. We will also provide you with the corresponding graphic files.
In this tutorial, we will show you how to laser engrave a metal lighter using a ProMarker marking laser. In this example, we use the CorelDraw graphics program to create our design, select the DirectMark software as the printer in the print command, and set the print properties. In addition, we will show you how to create a new material parameter in DirectMark and then select it plus you will find an explanation on how the material parameters are processed by the laser software.
With a ProMarker fiber laser, you can also mark graphics or images. There are different methods for marking these graphics using the laser. In this tutorial, you will learn about the photo and logo mode methods and their differences. In this process, you mark a polycarbonate card with the same logo (see attachment), and depending on the selected mode, you will get different results. At the end of the tutorial we explain how the laser software processes the graphic in each respective mode.
In addition to the "Photo and logo mode" tutorial, this tutorial will show you how to process a colour image (jpg) directly with the DirectMark laser software. In this case, the photo is marked on a polycarbonate card. You will learn how to edit the image (with the correct resolution) and then adjust the laser parameters. Then you will be ready to mark any photo using the laser.
If you want to mark metals, you have several options with the fiber laser. Depending on the requirements and application, you can either engrave (strip), anneal (dark annealing) or polish (white polish) steel. All these methods can be performed with a ProMarker laser. In this tutorial, we will show you the 3 different marking processes on steel and how you can adjust the laser parameters for each. We also explain what happens to the material during these processes.
Want to create identification plates with consecutive serial numbers, or name plates with different names? You can do all that with a ProMarker. You can create serial numbers or directly import variable data to the SpeedMarker lasers using the provided SpeedMark software. Corel Draw's print merge function can help prepare serial number files for the ProMarker. In this tutorial, we will show you how to activate the print merge function, import the corresponding data set, and then send the final file to the laser. In addition, we explain how you can define the right parameters and laser mark the individual name plates in DirectMark.