There are 2 known bugs in Leopardmark and Prolase 7 Laser Marking Software. Leopardmark is the standard software offering in Jimani's Low Cost Fiber Laser Marking Systems and is a variation of American Laserware's Prolase 7 Laser marking Software. 1.…
This month marks the 30 year anniversary of Jimani Inc. Jimani actually started in late 1989 as Jimani Associates but incorporated in January of 1990 as Jimani Inc.
I might be the only person on the planet who didn’t realize this, but I recently discovered that legal, activated installations of Windows 7 can be legally and permanently upgraded to Windows 10 at no charge.
When I was first approached by a Chinese Fiber Laser Systems integrator several years ago I was interested in investigating their products simply because the price point was remarkably lower that all of the traditional marking systems from US and European integrators, including Jimani and our Langolier family of marking systems. After a few years of searching and trial and error system evaluations we settled on a Chinese partner and an initial hardware configuration. The story behind my interest and my initial experiences can be seen here if you might care to read it.
Not all laser marking applications require a fully featured, top-of-the-line laser system. In fact, for many applications, an affordable laser marking system that meets the minimum marking standards is all that is needed. Which is why Jimani offers an affordable laser marking system, the Jimani Hybrid System.
Rotary marking with a galvo driven laser system can be accomplished in one of two ways. The simple, inexpensive method is by “HANDSHAKING”. This simply means that a complete object is marked by the laser and then the marking software commands the rotary indexer to move to a new rotational position and another complete object is marked. This works well with any marking object that will mark on the circumference of a cylinder without exceeding the depth of focus of the laser’s optical system.
Mark Type: Engraving
Material: Brass plated with nickel and covered with a chrome plating