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Deep Black Laser Marking for Medical Technology: Foba Presents New Product at MedtecLIVE With T4M

Deep Black Laser Marking for Medical Technology: Foba Presents New Product at MedtecLIVE With T4M

Product premiere at the trade fair: FOBA Laser Marking + Engraving is presenting a new product for deep black laser markings at the MedtecLIVE with T4M (Nuremberg, May 23-25, 2023). FOBA will also be part of the production line that premiered in Stuttgart last year and will be set up by several partner companies in the exhibition hall.

“We are excited to debut our latest product at MedtecLIVE with T4M. The product marks not only black, but deep black. This creates a particularly strong and long-lasting contrast with the laser marking,” reports Philipp Febel, Director of Product Management at FOBA. Visitors to the trade fair can see the marking quality for themselves live on site at the FOBA stand in Hall 1, Stand 1-612 and get advice from FOBA’s experts.

FOBA demonstrates laser marking as part of the value chain of a medical product on the production line. Here, the M2000-P laser marking workstation inscribes the trade fair sample in UDI-compliant quality and thus takes on the fifth of a total of seven work steps. Visitors can follow the entire process and, after three-stage component production, cleaning, labeling and passivation, receive a machine-packaged product to take away.

“The production line was already a magnet for visitors at the MedtecLIVE with T4M in Stuttgart last year and will therefore also be part of the trade fair in Nuremberg this year. The structure makes it possible to visualize the various production steps until the visitor holds the finished product in their hands,” says Christian Söhner, FOBA’s Global Vertical Manager Medical, who came up with the idea for the production line on the trade fair advisory board.

“Laser marking is one of the last steps in the production process. It must be ensured that there are no costly incorrect markings,” explains Christian Söhner. FOBA’s camera-based marking systems support the user with an optical inspection before and after the marking process and thus guarantee a safe and UDI-compliant process.

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