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Abmark P Series

Plotter lasers for marking, cutting and engraving at high speed


The ABP laser range optimises productivity due to the combinations of power and work speed it provides. The robust structure of the plotter laser allows a stable performance during engraving, maximising both the profitability of the machine as well as the daily work.

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Plotter lasers for marking, cutting and engraving at high speed
Costs are minimized

The laser working areas are designed to take advantage of every last inch. As a result, by making the most of the entire material surface, raw material costs are minimized.

High accuracy

Abmark ABP lasers perform highly accurate tasks due to their five-phase stepper motors with high torque and low vibration micro-stepping drivers. The system’s axes stability keeps up with the most demanding situations even when working with high power.


The Abmark CO2 plotter lasers are capable of engraving a wide range of different materials and substrates such as wood, marble or plastic, among many others.

The airflow in the work zone is specially designed to optimize the extraction system, which ensures better performance of the mechanical parts, produces optimal engraving quality and minimizes the need for maintenance. The plotters are based on high-quality Synrad RF CO2 laser tubes.

Choose the plotter laser that best suits your needs. With just one laser, you can engrave, cut and mark countless materials of different sizes.


Full AB-P Series Range: AB-P 5070, AB-P 1060, AB-P 1390

Power: from 10W to 100W

Note: When 100W power is required, the machine must also be water cooled as the laser tube is located on the side of the machine, impacting air flow and cooling capacity.

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Paper & Carton

Paper and carton usually require a coating to be applied to enable a visible mark to be produced. Paper and carton is more commonly used as a packaging material, therefore, industrial applications for this material are quite limited.

Synthetic Materials

Synthetic materials such as foam and various composite materials are widely used in the industrial market due to their great adaptability and the wide range of applications where they can be used. Laser marking on synthetic materials needs a range of lasers because different wavelengths are needed to cover the full range of synthetic materials.

Rock & Stone

Marking on rock and stone is done with CO2 lasers due to the characteristics of the material. Normally, the resulting mark is a deep engrave, but sometimes it is possible to achieve a contrast change. There are applications in the construction and funeral industries.

Other Metals

It is possible to produce a permanent, high contrast mark on almost all metals. The Abmark fibre lasers (AB-F Halo and AB-F Series) offer a fast, permanent and readable marking on all types of metals. Metal is very common in the electronics, automotive, construction and general engineering markets, either as a pure element or metal alloys such as bronze and steel.

Leather & Textile

Leather is used in markets such as automotive, fashion, promotion and giftware because it is a flexible and durable material, suitable for many applications. Laser marking of leather produces a clear, legible and durable result. Other textiles such as denim can also be decorated and finished using lasers. Typically, CO2 lasers are used for these materials


Titanium is one of the strongest materials found in the industrial sector. It is a very resistant material that is widely used in alloy form for industrial applications that require lightweight and high strength. Titanium reacts well with the laser wavelength 1060nm. It is possible to achieve a wide range of colours with a fibre or DPSS laser on Titanium.


Wood is a commonly used material due to its strength, resistance and renewable properties. Wood is used extensively in the construction industry, promotional industry and the wine industry where high-quality laser marking enhances the value and perception of the product


Aluminium is the most used metal in the engineering sector after steel. Thanks to laser technology, high contrast and permanent marking is attainable. The popularity of this metal is due to its low density, corrosion resistance and low cost. Anodised aluminium is available in a range of colours that can be very useful for producing high contrast marks.


Glass is widely used in the industrial sector. Laser technology can be used to produce a permanent and legible mark on the glass. CO2 lasers are the most widely used for glass marking applications.


Plastic is one of the most versatile materials used in the industrial sector due to its flexibility and ease of being moulded. Plastics are generally polymers, but the properties and colours vary considerably and it is often difficult to predict the reaction between different laser wavelengths and the material. There are many different laser wavelengths in the AB-D series lasers (Infrared, Green & UV system lasers). It is usually possible to produce a high contrast mark with one of these lasers but the final result is very dependent on the composition and colour of the plastic.

Stainless Steel

In the industrial sector, stainless steel is widely used for its non-corrosive and hygiene properties. Stainless steel laser marking is permanent. It is possible to achieve a wide range of results with stainless steel, from black annealed marks to deep engraving. Fiber lasers are most commonly used for this material.

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