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New Laser Marking Technology



Cajo Technologies has invented and patented new ways to operate pulse fiber laser beams to provide improvements in laser marking.

The new technology is designed to laser mark colors consistently and repeatedly on stainless steel. Color laser marking allows for companies to brand their products - such as consumer electronics devices, tools or vehicles - with corporate colors. Cajo lasers can also produce dense black or white markings designed to enhance readability.

Cajo lasers can mark readable QR codes and barcodes on tiny surfaces, such as electronic components. This allows companies to create more efficient inventory and space part management processes. The patented technology also allows for unique and uncopiable markings for brand protection.

For more information contact:

Ismo Rantala

Cajo Technologies Inc.

1521 Washington Ave.

New Orleans, LA 70130

800-796-3080

ismo@cajotechnologies.com

www.cajotechnologies.com

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