CajoMark is software designed for controlling Cajo laser marking machines.
CajoMark is configured according to customer needs when a machine is delivered. The software supports connecting the Cajo marking machine to the customer´s existing ERP systems and automatic production lines.
CajoMark is flexible and easy-to-use software that can be configured according to customer needs. Device mode and messages are easy to find and variable marking data can be fetched from the customer’s database.
• Clear and easy-to-use interface
• Controlling the marking process from start to finish
• Interfaces and integrations into a variety of devices and systems
• Product-specific settings, user interface and workflow
• Product-specific and automatic distance setting of marking head
• Controling the peripheral devices
• Executing of remote commands without user interface (serial port or LAN)
• Entering texts and settings used in the marking process through the interface
• Fetching of variable data to be used in markings from customer’s systems (e.g. database)
• Turning and moving the markings based, for example, on the information provided by the automation system
• Recording marking information/ back-ups on customers information system (e.g. database)
• Creating serial numbers
• Calculation of inspection numbers
• Using images on markings
• Language versions Finnish and English
• Windows 7 or Windows 10 operating system
Implemented device integrations:
CajoMark supports all the laser controllers used in Cajo’s marking devices.
CajoMark supports the control of ABB robots and reading and writing of its parameters.
Cognex DataMan bar code readers
CajoMark supports Cognex DataMan bar code readers. The reader can be used to verify the quality of marking and for entering variable marking data (such as serial number).
Motorola bar code readers
CajoMark supports Motorola bar code readers. The reader can be used to verify the quality of marking and for entering variable marking data (such as serial number).
Serial port and LAN
The software can also be run without user interface by executing remote commands through a serial port or local area network (LAN). This allows, for instance, another automation line device to control the operation of the marking machine remotely. The serial port and LAN can also be used to enter variable marking data to the marking machine.