For the purposes of assembly management, when each batch of PCBs is produced, manufacturers would customarily engrave relevant production information, serial numbers and other data on PCBs produced.
In light of the current market trends, it is quite likely that the dimension of PCBs will gradually condense in size. Thus, if the amount of information shown on the 1D Barcode is too excessive, the length will need to be extended, thus effecting to operation inconveniences. Consequently, numerous users have begun using 2D barcodes to etch data as it permits storage of greater volume of information with minimal space required.
|This month the LaserPro application lab will exhibit methods to use StellarMark to mark on 2D Barcodes, and further demonstrate its applications on PCBs. By using the CO2 laser of the C-series, operators will be able to mark on high-quality 2D barcodes with ease.|