Effective protective measures for laser marking equipment during operation
Although the laser marking technology has many technological advantages, most of the applications of this technology are industrial lasers. Industrial lasers belong to the fourth category of laser products, which may cause certain harm to eyes and skin. Therefore, safety precautions must be taken during use to avoid direct or scattered radiation from the optical output mirror.
At the same time, appropriate precautions should be taken to prevent the output beam or reflected beam from directly shining on the human body. Scattered light and reflected light can cause damage to skin and eyes. During operation, appropriate protective goggles shall be worn at all times, and shielding tooling can also be installed within the scope of laser processing to isolate the radiation light and prevent damage to eyes and skin caused by radiation light scattering.
Attention shall be paid to eye protection when using laser marking equipment. During use, the light emitted by the laser marking equipment may cause damage to eyes and skin. This emitting light is invisible, and the beam may cause irreparable damage to the cornea. You must always wear goggles when the intelligent laser is working.
Environmental protection measures shall be taken for laser marking equipment to effectively avoid safety problems during use. Specific measures are as follows:
1. The laser marking machine is not suitable for working in high temperature and high humidity environment;
2. Confirm that the equipment is within the specified environmental range before use;
3. When the equipment is working, do not directly use the laser source, and wear protective glasses during operation;
4. Keep the output lens clean. After use, cover the protective cover. Do not touch the lens with your hands. Clean the lens with tissue paper;
5. In addition to the operation or adjustment mentioned in the manual, other improper operations may cause the risk of radiation exposure.
6. The laser marking machine equipment needs to be properly grounded and work under a stable voltage environment.