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Formation of Oxide Layers with Femtosecond Laser on Steel Surfaces for Color Marking

Megjelent április 15, 2020
Gergely Juhász
Department of Materials Technology, GAMF Faculty of Engineering and Computer Science, John Von Neumann University, Hungary
Miklós Berczeli
Department of Materials Technology, GAMF Faculty of Engineering and Computer Science, John Von Neumann University, Hungary
Zoltán Weltsch
Department of Materials Technology, GAMF Faculty of Engineering and Computer Science, John Von Neumann University, Hungary
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Juhász, G., Berczeli, M., & Weltsch, Z. (2020). Formation of Oxide Layers with Femtosecond Laser on Steel Surfaces for Color Marking. International Journal of Engineering and Management Sciences, 5(2), 174-178. https://doi.org/10.21791/IJEMS.2020.2.22.

With the appearance of ultrashort pulse lasers, the researchers have begun working on various laser marking technology. Atmospheric heating and ablation of a surface induce laser coloration of metal surfaces. However, their application is still problematic today in the industry. With the appearance of femtosecond pulse lasers, a new concept became available for color marking. This concept is based on the formation of laser-induced periodic surface structures (LIPSS) on metal surfaces. The purpose of this article is to summarize the literature of laser color marking with ultrashort pulse lasers.