This patented laser bonding technology offers a unique solution for creating permanent, high-contrast, high-resolution marks on a wide variety of surfaces, including most metals, ceramics, glass and many plastics. These materials have been individually scientifically formulated for the best permanent chemical bonds possible. TherMark/CerMark products are easy to use as all you need to do is simply apply them to the surface to be marked, put the coated part under the co2 laser, and laser mark the pattern you wish to apply. Then, all you need to do is simply wash off the excess material.

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The key features of TherMark/CerMark include:

  • Chemically resistant to solvents, acids and bases
  • Abrasion resistant
  • Can withstand temperatures above 980ºC
  • Withstands prolonged UV and moisture exposure
  • High resolution makes it easy to create barcodes, logos, and fine text
  • Black marks improve contrast for improved machine readability
  • Maintains substrate integrity
  • Bonds to the product surface with minimal thermal energy
  • Can be successfully applied to plated materials without penetrating the surface
  • Allows you to mark metal with an inexpensive CO2 laser
  • A variety of colours can be applied to glass and ceramics

Recommended substrates:

LMM6000 is a fairly flexible product which is recommended for many metals. The following list is made up of substrates on which LMM6000 works well. This list is not exhaustive, so if your substrate does not appear on the list, this does not mean LMM6000 will not mark it:

Stainless Steel I Stainless Steel – Bright Annealed I Galvanized Steel I Brass I Aluminum I Copper I Chrome Plating I Nickel Plating I Gold Plating I Silver Plating I Titanium I Pewter