Robert Bosch’s factory in Spain works directly for the automotive sector and needed to code its products with an indelible mark to ensure full traceability.

Macsa installed different F-1000 series CO2 lasers, networked through and controlled by Marca software.

After nine years' experience coding with F-1000 CO2 lasers, Robert Bosch decided to renovate its marking and coding systems with MACSA’s new range, K-1000 series. With a compact design and easy-to use system the Macsa K-series is the solution for marking products with incredibly clear messages at minimal operating costs.

“When we decided to upgrade our systems, we found that the new K-series would fit our needs more effectively. We found some other suppliers, some cheaper than Macsa, but we choose Macsa for customer service and obviously for the good results we have had with its previous F systems. Needless to say we are very pleased with our partner. The newer units are very fast and reliable”

Market: Automotive
Application: Automotive parts
Substrate: Plastic
Laser system: K-1030
Static Application

About Robert Bosch
In 1886, Robert Bosch founded the "Workshop for Precision Mechanics and Electrical Engineering" in Stuttgart. This was the birth of today's globally active Robert Bosch GmbH. Now the Bosch Group employs some 280,000 people in more than 60 countries. It has a wide variety of products for different sectors as automotive, household appliances, packaging, photovoltaics systems and security systems.