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The Fiber Laser Marking Machine offers advanced capabilities for metal marking and engraving (directly). With durability, maintenance-free operation, and low power consumption, this machine is a reliable choice.

The small footprint allows the unit to be placed anywhere. From small parts to larger objects, the versatile Fiber Laser Marking Machine TI-FML series can meet various needs. The ability to apply product codes such as barcodes, QR codes, or serial numbers makes this machine popular in various sectors. The machines have an average lifespan of 50,000 hours, making them reliable and durable for long-term use in your production processes.


The Fiber Laser Marking Machine TI-FML-20 is ideal for surface marking on materials such as steel, brass, anodized aluminum, and stainless steel. It also offers engraving capabilities, although with a capacity limit. For deep engravings, this model is less suitable. This 20W machine is a cost-effective choice for simple markings and engraving of thin materials.


With a 30W peak power, the TI-FML-30 offers more capabilities than the previous model. It performs better in engraving and can even cut gold and silver. While it takes slightly more time, the 30W machine delivers better performance and is the most popular choice due to its versatility and price-performance ratio.


The TI-FML-50, with 50W power, is an upgraded version of the previous model. This machine offers higher efficiency in engraving and cutting materials. It can engrave or cut the same materials in almost half the time compared to the 30W machine. For users seeking higher performance and efficiency, the 50W is an excellent choice.


The Fiber Laser Marking Machine TI-FML-100 is the heaviest-duty version, offering a power of 100W. This machine is ideal for deep engravings and cutting materials. Moreover, the high power enables very fast markings and engravings, making it suitable for “on the fly” marking in production lines. With this machine, products can be marked with codes like barcodes, QR codes, and serial numbers with maximum efficiency.

Our Fiber Laser Marking Machines are widely used in various industries, including the medical sector, automotive manufacturers, aircraft industry, appliance manufacturing, audio manufacturers, advertising companies, gift shops, and engraving businesses. Whether you need simple markings or complex engravings, we have the right machine for your specific applications and requirements.

TI-FML-20 TI-FML-30 TI-FML-50 TI-FML-100
Fiber Laser Source 20 Watt 30 Watt 50 Watt 100 Watt
Galvanometric Scanning Head
Professional Controller System
Focus Lens
Dutch Computer Yes (fanless, SSD) Yes (fanless, SSD) Yes (fanless, SSD) Yes (fanless, SSD)
Secure Enclosure
Marking Software
Imported Servo Motors and Drives Yes (from Japan) Yes (from Japan) Yes (from Japan) Yes (from Japan)
Training Included Included Included Included
Red Dot Pointer
Warranty 2 years 2 years 2 years 2 years
TI-FML-20 TI-FML-30 TI-FML-50 TI-FML-100
Laser Work Range 110×110, 150×150, 175×175, 200×200, 250×250 mm 110×110, 150×150, 175×175, 200×200, 250×250 mm 110×110, 150×150, 175×175, 200×200, 250×250 mm 110×110, 150×150, 175×175, 200×200, 250×250 mm
Work Table 305×305 mm 305×305 mm 305×305 mm 305×305 mm
External Dimensions 350 (w) x 800 (d) x 800 (h) mm 350 (w) x 800 (d) x 800 (h) mm 350 (w) x 800 (d) x 800 (h) mm 350 (w) x 800 (d) x 800 (h) mm
Weight 50 kg 50 kg 60 kg 70 kg
Maximum Object Height (Lens 110) 350 mm (Lens 110) 350 mm (Lens 110) 350 mm (Lens 110) 350 mm
Laser Source Q-switched Pulsed Fiber Laser Q-switched Pulsed Fiber Laser Q-switched Pulsed Fiber Laser Q-switched Pulsed Fiber Laser
Wavelength 1064 nm 1064 nm 1064 nm 1064 nm
Optical Fiber Cable 2 meters 2 meters 2 meters 2 meters
Laser Power 20 Watt 30 Watt 50 Watt 100 Watt
Positioning Integrated Red Dot Laser Integrated Red Dot Laser Integrated Red Dot Laser Integrated Red Dot Laser
Cooling Air Cooled Air Cooled Air Cooled Air Cooled
Galvo Head Height Adjustment Electric Electric Electric Electric


There are different lenses available, allowing you to increase or decrease your working range. These lenses are interchangeable for your machine. Available dimensions (working range):

  • 110 x 110 mm
  • 150 x 150 mm
  • 175 x 175 mm
  • 200 x 200 mm
  • 250 x 250 mm *

* A larger marking area results in less accuracy. It is advised to keep this area as small as possible when using a galvanometric scanning head.

Aluminum is one of the most common materials used across various industries. Usually, with a lighter marking intensity, aluminum will turn white. It looks good when aluminum is anodized. More intense laser settings will result in a dark gray or charcoal color, especially on cast aluminum.

Brass and Copper
Brass and copper have high thermal conductivity and thermal transfer properties and are often used in wiring and printed circuit boards. Their thermal properties are ideal for laser marking systems as heat is quickly dissipated, reducing the impact the laser can have on the material’s structural integrity.

Tungsten and Carbide
Tungsten and carbide are two of the hardest metals on Earth and are extensively used in tooling and cutting applications. Another popular application for these metals is in jewelry such as wedding rings.

Chrome plating offers a stylish and refined finish and usually requires minimal laser intensity to remove or mark through the plating. Care should be taken to ensure marking occurs only on the surface without affecting the chrome layer.

Coated and Painted Metal
There are various types of coatings used to harden or protect metals from corrosive elements. Some coatings, like powder coating, are thicker and require higher laser settings to remove completely. Other coatings, like black oxide, are thin and designed to protect only the surface. These are much easier to mark and result in higher contrast.

Fiberglass & Carbon Fiber
Fiber-based materials like fiberglass can be marked with limitations. As they consist of individual fibers, the laser can damage their structural integrity, resulting in a blurry mark.

Nickel is often used as a plating. The plating is commonly used to protect parts from corrosive elements. Care should be taken to avoid piercing or damaging it, exposing the underlying metal surface.

Plastics and Polymers
Plastics and polymers are by far the most extensive and variable materials that can be marked with lasers. There are so many different chemical compositions that categorization is not easy. We recommend testing marking to ensure the best results. A good example of material variability is Delrin (POM or Acetal). Black Delrin is easily marked and provides a strong white contrast against the black plastic. Naturally/white Delrin cannot be marked. The most common technique for marking plastics and polymers is color change.

Rubber is an ideal material for engraving due to its soft and highly absorbent nature. However, laser marking on rubber does not provide contrast.

Silver and Gold
Precious metals like silver and gold are very soft. Silver is challenging to mark as it easily oxidizes and tarnishes. Gold can be marked very easily and requires little power to achieve a well-contrasting mark.

Stainless Steel
Next to aluminum, stainless steel is the most marked metal. It’s used in nearly every industry. There are different types of stainless steel, each with varying carbon content, hardness, and finishes. The geometry and size of parts also vary greatly, but they all allow for a variety of marking techniques.

This lightweight superalloy is heavily used in medical and aerospace applications due to its strength, durability, and limited mass. Industries utilizing this material bear heavy liability and must ensure the marking performed is safe and non-destructive. Aerospace applications require stringent fatigue testing to ensure that the titanium part does not incur structural damage through Heat Affected Zones (HAZ). Not all lasers are capable of performing such markings. For the medical industry, most titanium parts are actually permanently placed inside the human body or used for surgical tools that will be employed within the human body. As such, these markings need to be sterile and durable. Additionally, these marked parts or tools must be approved by the FDA to ensure they are truly inert and safe for their intended use.

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