History and Understanding of laser marking Machines

The Laser marking machine, which stands for Computer Numerically Controlled, began in 1952 which was developed by John Pearson of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, on behalf of the United States Air Force. Initially, this Laser marking machine was used to make special, complex work tools. Initially, Laser marking machines require high costs and a large volume of control units. In 1973, Laser marking machines were still very expensive so there were still few companies that had the courage to spearhead investment in this technology. From 1975, the production of Laser marking Machines began to develop rapidly. This development was driven by the development of increasingly sophisticated microprocessors so that the volume of controller units could be more concise. see this video also

Today, the use of Laser marking machines is almost used in all fields of Business Industry. Starting from the fields of Education such as Universities and Vocational …