Wavin´s unit in Sweden manufactures polyethylene pipes and their end customer had requested permanent traceability markings. They had previously marked the pipes with inkjet, but as polyethylene is relatively slippery material, inkjet printings were easily vanished from the pipes during handling. Cajo provided integrable laser marking solution Cajo Vega for Cables™ for marking pipes on-the-fly
PKC Group is part of the Samvardhana Motherson Group, one of the world’s largest automotive companies worldwide. They (among designing and manufacturing) customize wire harnesses for their customers that includes also marking the wires. Previously the marking process was covered by two different methods: CO2 laser and heath-shrink tubing. It caused a number of additional
Aker Solutions have previously used a laser marking system with a single 100W laser source. However, the problem was that the marking was only on one side of the cable. It meant basically that when the cable rolled around at the seafloor, the marking became invisible. Cajo quickly responded for customers need and designed a
Oura Ring tracks and measures the physiological signals of your body as well as your daily activities. Every Oura ring has installed PCB inside of the ring. These PCB´s needs to be marked for traceability purposes. Besides of getting good permanent markings to their products that are code readable, Oura wanted to automatize the process
iLOQ is a fast-growing manufacturer and developer of digital locking systems. Every key needs to be individually identified, and the identification relates to the electronics inside the key. iLOQ used to mark their keys with a traditional laser, but the markings tended to vanish in everyday use. Cajo provided a solution with permanent, abrasion-resistant markings
Sartorius Biohit is a company that is specialized in the manufacturing of ergonomical pipettes and their disposable tips. The company had a high priority to develop the process of marking the plastic parts of pipettes. Previously they had used two marking methods – pad printing and traditional laser, which slowed down the production process substantially.
Halton Marine is a global technology leader in indoor air solutions for demanding spaces. Their products include marking plates tailored by customer needs. Previously the plates were made by CO2 laser technology that requires ionization. Laser marking solution provided by Cajo does not require any additives nor pigments what brought direct savings for Halton Marine.
Gerber Gear is an American brand that is dedicated to crafting problem-solving, life-saving knives, multi-tools, cutting tools, and equipment. They were already using laser marking machine, but were dissatisfied by frequent machine break down and bad marking quality. Cajo was approved as new marking system provider through series of proto test markings. Cajo´s unique ability
Boliden is one of the world´s largest producers of zinc metal. It previously used inkjet to mark the date and batch number on their zinc bars. Occurring challenges in their facilities are high surface humidity and temperature variation between 80 to 110 celsius degrees. Cajo´s technology proved that regardless of these challenges highly precise and