LNA Laser Installs Laser Marking Systems at
Avedis Zildjian Co.
Avedis Zildjian Company recently installed LNA Laser marking systems in the companys Norwell, MA factory. Zildjian is the worlds oldest cymbal manufacturer and one of the oldest family owned businesses in the United States. According to Paul Struble, Vice President of Operations, We took a number of cymbals and visited LNA Lasers application lab. Literally within one hour they uploaded our graphics, optimized the laser marking parameters and were producing laser marks with exceptional quality. With the LNA software, we could do one pass, two passes, fill in void areas we could do anything and everything. We purchased two complete, turn-key fiber laser marking systems from LNA. The installation and integration with our robotic automation was really fast and easy. We were back in production after only four hours. LNAs software was fully customizable for our needs.
A simple user interface was created to limit operator time and potential for error. The interface allows the operator to scan a barcode; containing lot number, job number and serial number and load the appropriate marking file template from a central database. Additionally, the LNA software automatically increments the serial number after each marking cycle...
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