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Reduced Cost, Higher Speed and Improved Usability with FOBA MarkUS Laser Marking Software Update

Latest laser marking software version, MarkUS 2.12, just introduced

Reduced Cost, Higher Speed and Improved Usability with FOBA MarkUS Laser Marking Software Update

FOBA M2000 laser marking station with integrated MarkUS 2.12 software and new lighting.

With the launch of its latest laser marking software version, MarkUS 2.12, FOBA introduces not only a range of advancements in vision-based laser marking, but also a great potential for cost-savings in direct part marking. The update”s major enhancement is the patent-pending full-field imaging technology “Mosaic” which enhances automated mark alignment and saves expenses by making product fixtures obsolete.

The new laser marking software release MarkUS 2.12 offers industries mainly in the fields of automotive part production and medical device marking numerous advantages for a cost and user-optimized laser marking workflow.

The most important new feature is “Mosaic”, a highly effective function which enables operators to place to-be-marked parts in any orientation within the marking field. Expensive fixtures are no longer needed and the mark will still be aligned perfectly.

Mosaic combines through-the-lens vision with the tiling of multiple images that are then stitched together to form a single image, covering the entire marking area. This simulates a virtually straight-down view, created by a miniature camera that is embedded inside the laser scan head.

The benefits of this novelty include significant time and cost savings by reducing setup and process operation efforts as well as the amount of scrap during the marking process. The fact that the implementation and maintenance of industrial fixtures is completely avoidable makes Mosaic a most economic feature.

The new MarkUS 2.12 software version additionally includes a Laser Parameter Expert that makes it easier and faster for operators to select the right marking parameters and achieve the required mark quality on specific materials. A selection of the most common marking methods and materials is built-in.

FOBA products are now also supported by an EtherCAT interface which improves the system”s interoperability in industrial environments.

A new lighting for the built-in camera addresses the challenges with imaging curved and shiny parts by programming pairs of light banks while allowing machine to machine performance reproducibility. The new lighting also improves the OCV (Optical Character Verification) and 2D code validation functionalities included in FOBA”s vision-based laser marking systems.

FOBA offers personal consultation to provide detailed information about the new software features. For an appointment with the FOBA sales team call +49 38823 55-556 or +1 630 694 3243 (for US customers) or e-mail to

Alltec GmbH | FOBA Laser Marking + Engraving

FOBA ist einer der international führenden Hersteller und Anbieter von innovativen Präzisions-systemen zum Markieren und Gravieren mit Laser. Alltec/FOBA bietet OEM-Laserbeschrifter, Laser-Einzelarbeitsplätze und Hochleistungs-Lasergravurmaschinen, sowohl als Serienprodukte als auch in kundenspezifischer Sonderfertigung. Seit Alltec 2009 mit FOBA fusionierte, fungiert der Markenname FOBA als starkes gemeinsames Vertriebs- und Service-Label auf internationalen Märkten. Mit ihrer Firmenzentrale in Selmsdorf bei Lübeck gehört die Alltec GmbH zur US-amerikanischen Danaher Corporation und beliefert die Schlüsselmärkte der Automobilzulieferer und Medizintechnikhersteller sowie die Luft- und Raumfahrt und andere Branchen. FOBAs Markierlaser beschriften eine Vielzahl von Materialien und Bauteilen aus Elektronik, Kunststoff- und Metallverarbeitung, Sicherheits- und ID-Technik, Werkzeug- und Formenbau sowie Schmuckindustrie.

Alltec GmbH – FOBA Laser Marking + Engraving
Victoria Meß
An der Trave 27-31
23923 Selmsdorf

Alltec GmbH – FOBA Laser Marking + Engraving
Susanne Glinz
An der Trave 27-31
23923 Selmsdorf

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