Laser Marking Technologies

Bringing laser marking and direct part marking to the medical industry


From desktop machines starting at $12,900 to fully automated systems under $100,000; Laser Marking Technologies has everything to meet your needs. We will provide you with the highest quality machine for the best price. Laser Marking Technologies is the company to go with for laser marking, laser engraving and black laser annealing on your stainless medical products. Our machines will provide a mark that will survive your passivation process. Our technicians and engineers at Laser Marking Technologies have real-world experience when it comes to laser marking medical components and are ready to work with you on your most demanding projects!


For years Laser Marking Technologies, LLC has developed laser marking machines around our customer’s needs, and we will continually strive to bring you the latest technology in DPM (Direct Part Marking) for both metal and plastic materials. LMT merges advanced technology with the most competitive pricing available, which allows us to offer you the best value on the market today!


Types of Marking:


  • Dental Hand tools
  • Dental implants
  • Orthopedic Elevators
  • Dental Elevators
  • Surgical Curettes
  • Wrist and Pin instruments
  • Surgical Instruments
  • Orthopedic saw blades
  • Hip Retractors
  • Lumbar Retractors
  • Bone Distractors
  • Clamp Forceps
  • Bone Drills
  • Bone Clamps
  • Trauma Instruments
  • Syringe bodies
  • and More!


Laser Annealing GS1 and HIBCC UDI For Medical Laser Applications


The type of mark required by the medical device industry is called an annealed mark. Annealing does not remove or engrave the material. Instead, annealed markings are created by using the heat of the laser beam, and bringing the workpiece close to its melting point. As a result, the laser beam creates the desired dark oxide layers on the workpiece surface. The result is highly dependent on the composition of the material and the resulting oxide.


Since it does not remove any material, when touching an annealed mark you should not be able to physically feel the mark itself. The laser energy needed to build up this oxide layer generally weakens the passive layer on the marked surface and can cause the compounds to migrate to the surface. So, this is why annealing is very instrumental in the medical industry. It prevents pathogens from finding a place to harbor bacteria and causing future infections in implants. Laser annealing for medical devices can be performed on ferrous metals, titanium, and particularly medical grade stainless steel.


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