Laser-etched labelling: labelling components in a traceable manner

Batches and serial numbers are indispensable for logistics, effective workflow processes and quality assurance, and ultimately these criteria are prescribed by guidelines. With a product marking, the items can be traceably identified and allocated. For this purpose, in-Tec Bensheim has an efficient laser marker system, by means of which we can label the components for our structural elements.

Accredited HIBC Solution Provider

HIBC-Logo Especially when producing medical engineering products, high demands need to be met. There is an international standard for this: Health Industry Barcode (HIBC). It contains all statutorily required information and is highly flexible, as it can integrate the manufacturer and item numbers of other normed barcodes. The US-American Unique Device Identification (UDI) is also taken into account by the HIBC coding system. in-Tec Bensheim is an accredited HIBC solution provider and as such is in a position to implement medical products in line with the global system for uniform product marking.

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Software allows sequential serial numbers

in-Tec Bensheim deploys an efficient laser marking system for the marking of components and other products. Laser labelling allows a permanent marking. Depending on the lens utilised, a marking surface of up to 120 x 120 millimetres is possible. Thanks to high-performance software, the automated markings can also be realised as sequential serial numbers.

The compact laser station has a loading volume of 375 x 300 x 150 millimetres. It is particularly suited for the laser-etched labelling of components for laboratory and medical technology, but also for components in other industry branches. In so doing, the device has proven very flexible, because it can even label curved shapes immaculately. The speed is just as convincing. To label eight adapter pieces for dental hoses, the system needs no more than five seconds.