Local structure and eddy current loss on the surface of carbon-steels in the vicinity of laser marking

Z. Kalincsák, J. Takács, G. Vértesy, A. Gasparics

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Abstract

The extension of laser beam induced transformations is fitted to the sensitivity of a Fluxset sensor described in this paper. It was found that markers, produced in 100-300 W power range with the 6 mm distance between each marker, can be successfully detected by the applied sensor even under the 0.01 mm thick phosphate layer. The thermal stability of the markers increases due to heat treatment at 150°C for 30 hours, so the that marking is stable enough to be used as barcode in production logistics.

Original languageEnglish
JournalCzechoslovak Journal of Physics
Volume54
Issue numberSUPPL. 4
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - dec. 2004

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carbon steels
eddy currents
markers
marking
lasers
sensors
logistics
phosphates
heat treatment
thermal stability
laser beams
sensitivity

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Local structure and eddy current loss on the surface of carbon-steels in the vicinity of laser marking. / Kalincsák, Z.; Takács, J.; Vértesy, G.; Gasparics, A.

In: Czechoslovak Journal of Physics, Vol. 54, No. SUPPL. 4, 12.2004.

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