Founded in 1908, Macsa has developed from a company that produced some of the first rubber stamp based coding systems, into a technology leader in the supply of laser based coding systems. Since 1989, Macsa has invested significantly in R&D of laser coding and never settled on being second best.
As coding and marking needed to get faster and more reliable, so too has Macsa’s range of laser coding systems. Dispelling the theory that laser coding is expensive, they have a complete range of systems based upon CO2, Fibre and YAG lasers, all developed for use in markets ranging from medical and telecommunications, to cosmetic and pharmaceutical. Macsa simply have a laser for every application.
Apart from the laser itself, control and integration are paramount to a successful installation. With this in mind Macsa have developed a suite of software controls that ensure connection to any machine in the range, whether it be one type or different units easy of control is guaranteed.
The range tells the story:
ICON – This self-contained, stand alone, CO2 laser is the most cost effective unit available on the market. An integrated touch panel control means operator input is simple and message change handled quickly.
K Series – The highly reliable and compact CO2 laser system is the fastest version available. Super High Speed versions are an excellent choice around beverage applications where speed is high and reliability is a non-negotiable.
S-Series – A compact and flexible CO2 laser for easy integration into complex production lines. It includes and external head, controller and is also available in high power versions. If you thought laser couldn’t be used in your application… think again.
D-Series – This advanced Diode Pumped YAG laser system is a very powerful unit for applications in industrial marking where substrates require that extra punch in performance.
F Series – The most versatile fibre laser system and the latest in laser technology. The F Series is flexible, compact and has the longest lifetime of any laser system available.
Laser Coders are commonly used to create: