Cajo develops and produces laser marking systems for industrial production. Our easy-to-use and integrable software, as well as our strong know-how in laser marking parameters, differentiates us from our competitors. Within the cable and wire industries, we have large global customers such as Prysmian Group and Aker Solutions.
Cajo’s laser marking solutions are based on maintenance-free fiber laser that needs no additives or pigments. An integrated solution on a production line can mark the products “on-the-fly” at a speed of up to 14 m/s. Cajo’s dedicated solutions for marking cables and wires have replaced i.a. industrial ink jets. In best cases, particularly in cable industries, our customers have reported pay-back periods as short as 4 months.
Each year, millions of feet of wires and cables are installed in all types of buildings, automotive systems, and other objects and are subjected to many different environmental conditions. Because of the choices available, it is important to know which wiring is suitable for a specific situation. It is also important to be able to properly identify these locations.
Cajo Technologies offers innovative and cost-efficient turnkey solutions for industrial markings for cables, wiring systems and wire harnesses. Markings can be on done on-the-fly, adjusted to customer´s production line speed. Cajo Technologies’ solutions make your marking process significantly quicker than when using traditional lasers or other technologies. Cajo’s solutions have been developed to replace especially ink jet marking equipment. In addition to very short payback period, the markings made with Cajo laser marking systems are more precise and permanent.
Cajo systems are service-free and no additives or pigments are needed.
PKC Group is a global supplier of automotive electronics and one of the leading wire harness manufacturers in the world. PKC designs, manufactures and integrates customized wire harnesses, related
One of our customers in steel wire industry is specialized in steel wire transformation and coating technologies. They produce coated steel wire, which is being used to lift objects