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  • 11 Apr 2022

Markem-Imaje launches SmartLase F250 fiber laser printer

 Markem-Imaje has unveiled the SmartLase F250 fiber laser printer

End-to-end supply chain and industrial marking and coding systems provider Markem-Imaje, has unveiled the SmartLase F250 fiber laser printer. The new 20W fiber laser delivers permanent coding on high-density substrates.

The SLF250 is the first new product launched as a result of Markem-Imaje’s acquisition of laser coding and marking technology specialist Solaris Laser.   
The SmartLase F250 is claimed to reduce line stoppages and eliminate the requirement for ink. The SmartLase F250 delivers chemical-free production.   
The laser’s controller, printhead and touchscreen user interface come with IP55 ingress protection level for harsh, dusty and humid conditions.   
The printer comes industry 4.0-ready and enables integration with complex plant automation and manufacturing execution systems. Once integrated, the intuitive user interface is claimed to deliver an increase of up to 20 percent in operating efficiency.   
‘The SmartLase F250 combines speed and efficiency with simplicity, safety and sustainability,’ said Alex Koudriashov, Laser product marketing manager at Markem-Imaje. ‘The F250 is a printer designed with the future in mind. Fewer line stoppages and the fact it uses no ink can radically reduce OPEX, while the elimination of chemical components makes it ideal for companies who are looking to reduce their impact on the planet.’  
Virtually maintenance free, the SmartLase F250 provides MIVA (Markem-Imaje Virtual Assistant) which provides customers with remote troubleshooting, while 24 or 48 hour on-site service level agreements (SLA) are available in most markets. 


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