Intercept® spacers laser marking with Videojet® Laser is a technology that offers several benefits over traditional labeling methods for identifying Insulating glass units. Unlike traditional labels that can become weathered over time, laser marking is a permanent and durable solution that can withstand exposure to the elements, making it ideal for windows and doors that are installed in outdoor environments.
One of the key benefits of Intercept spacer laser marking is improved traceability. By laser marking each Insulating glass unit with a unique identifier, manufacturers can easily track the product throughout its lifecycle, from production to installation and beyond. This can help manufacturers quickly identify and address any quality issues that may arise and provide better customer service and support.
Another benefit of laser marking is improved operations efficiency. With traditional labeling methods, workers must manually apply and track each label, which can be time-consuming and error-prone. In contrast, laser marking can be automated, reducing the need for manual labor, and improving production efficiency.
In addition, laser marking offers improved sustainability. Traditional labeling methods often require the use of paper or plastic labels, which can contribute to environmental waste. Laser marking, on the other hand, is a non-contact, eco-friendly solution that does not produce any waste or require the use of additional materials.
Overall, Intercept® spacer laser marking with Videojet® Laser provides several benefits over traditional labeling methods. Offering improved traceability, efficiency, and sustainability, can help manufacturers to better identify their products and provide better service and support to their customers.
Videojet® 7330 20-watt fiber laser can be installed on new Intercept spacer fabrication equipment, as well as be retrofitted to already existing lines.
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