The ULYS 990 Modena offers enhanced laser performance thanks to a wider marking zone and higher frequency of shots, which are more than double the regular number in boost mode. It is more compact, and includes four printing fonts as standard, with two horizontal and two vertical orientations, and 90 characters per font (including upper and lower case). It allows up to 128 characters per identification mark to be printed, with specific information at cable ends, and has Code 39 bar-code printing capability.
The ULYS 990 Modena is suited for use in all kinds of production, thanks to the user-friendly and versatile EASYPROD™ command software that is included. This proprietary software helps optimise production and generates significant time savings.
The ULYS 990 Modena is equipped with Twin Shots technology, patented by LASELEC, which enables users to choose the appropriate production mode. The Boost mode marks at extremely high speed, using very long identifiers with small spacing, bar codes and wires/cables in reel-to-reel configuration using the LASELEC re-spooler with no cuts. The Economic mode marks short and common identifiers with longer spacing. It increases the lifespan of the flash lamp and saves energy.
The wire/cable-marking machines developed by LASELEC are primarily used in the aerospace, railway and automotive sectors. LASELEC machines are based on controlled laser technology, which guarantees non-aggressive marking and compliance with the highest quality requirements in wire processing, which is particularly important for aerospace wiring.
LASELEC, which is headquartered in Toulouse (in south-west France), is a leading manufacturer of UV laser cable-marking machines. The company, which has just opened an office in Sydney (Australia), has also increased its market share in the USA thanks to the dynamism of LASELEC Inc. LASELEC was awarded the International Development trophy by the DCF (Dirigeants Commerciaux de France – French Sales Managers Association) in October 2007, in recognition of its sustained annual growth rates over the last few years.
LASELEC will be present at the following upcoming trade shows: AEA in Washington DC (USA) from 23 to 24 April 2008 (booth 831); Farnborough Air Show in Farnborough (UK) from 14 to 20 July 2008 (booth C15, Hall 2); and NBAA in Orlando (USA) from 6 to 8 October 2008.
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