Mobil-Mark Quasar

The unique universal laser marking system

Our laser for every application

The Quasar engraving laser is available in three performance classes and allows for the permanent marking of metal, plastic and ceramics. The unique laser marking system from Mobil-Mark also makes temper marking, coating and deep engraving safe and easy.

Quasar technical specifications

Power output: 20 / 30 / 60 W
Laser diode life: 100,000 h
Wavelength: 1,064 nm
Pulse frequency range: 1 – 400 kHz (Q20/30), 1 – 4,000 kHz (Q60)
Pulse width: 200 ns (Q20/30), 2 – 500 ns (Q60)
Laser focus diameter: approx. 20 µm (lens f = 80 mm)
Marking speed: max. 5,000 mm/s
Weight: 40 kg

A patented solution for highly efficient, long-lasting marking

The unique feature of the Quasar fibre laser is its patented laser protection. It allows for the direct laser marking of workpieces, without any additional protective equipment or protective housing. Unlike conventional industrial lasers, Quasar is designed to be mobile and can be transported on wheels. This makes it possible to mark large workpieces without the hassle of needing to move them; they can be marked wherever they are located. The laser comes to the workpiece, not the other way around.

Uniqueness, times three


Ideal for your requirements

Quasar is available in three performance classes: 20 W, 30 W and 60 W

Patented protection system

makes additional protective equipment unnecessary


Precise, elegant engraving

thanks to the extremely small laser beam diameter of approx. 20 µm (80 mm lens)


Flexibility thanks to mobility

mobile base station and up to 4.70 m-long connecting tube to hand-held device with laser head


Easy marking of any surface

individual sealing units for the laser head make it possible to mark both smooth and curved parts


    Marking of large areas

    thanks to a variety of lenses with focal lengths from 63 mm to 160 mm, allowing you to create marking areas of up to 120 x 100 mm – or 400 x 380 mm, in special cases (focal lengths of up to 580 mm).

    Simple, self-explanatory operation

    Call up marking job, apply hand-held device, run marking process, mark, job done


    Can be used anywhere with a power connection

    230 V power supply, 300 W power consumption (engraving)


    Individually cross-linkable

    interfaces for network, monitor, keyboard, mouse come standard

      The right protection class for every application

      Three factors are decisive in selecting the protection class of the Quasar: material/surface, engraving depth, cycle time (duration of laser engraving). The rule of thumb is as follows:

      • 5Any marking that the 20 W Quasar can create in 3 seconds, the 60 W Quasar (three times stronger) can create in just 1 second.
      • 5High-strength materials such as steel require a high level of performance and a long cycle time for accurate engraving.
      • 5Sensitive materials such as plastic require a lower level of performance and a shorter cycle time for gentle engraving.
      Laser engraving of plastic



      Small marking area, no priority for cycle time
      20 W Quasar


      Large marking area, short cycle time
      30 W Quasar

      Laser engraving of metal



      Small marking area, no priority for cycle time, surface engraving
      20 W Quasar


      Large marking area, no priority for cycle time, deep engraving
      30 W Quasar or
      Quasar 60


      Large marking area, short cycle time, deep engraving/temper marking/black marking
      60 W Quasar

      Laser engraving of ceramics



      Apply spray paint, then make laser markings
      Nova-f ceramic laser in combination with spray coating


      Apply metal layer of PVD film material using a laser
      20 W Quasar in combination with film dispenser

      Please contact us to receive advice from our experts.

      Let us know if you have any questions, requests or suggestions. We look forward to receiving your call, e-mail or message via our contact form.

      Practical functions for successful engraving

      The experiences of numerous Quasar users went into refining the design of the unique laser marking system from Mobil-Mark. Consequently, the series of devices is extremely user-friendly. From the sturdy, tilt-proof base station to the ergonomic hand-held device with conveniently arranged buttons and all the important operation and display elements, the Quasar is tailored to the practical requirements of day-to-day use.


      Precisely adjustable engraving parameters

      performance from 0 to 60 W and pulse frequency between 1 bis 400 kHz can be selected


      Create markings on the device

      full design software for marking jobs on WIN-PC integrated into the laser


      Cross-linkable as required

      Interface to company network (for job imports, for example) comes as standard


        Corrosion-proof marking possible

        in a protective gas atmosphere instead of air, e.g. for marking objects made of chromium-nickel steel for use in medicine, pharmaceuticals or food production


        Maximum options for customisation

        accessories available for every application, e.g. touchscreen or robotic automation. Customised, individual solutions also available upon request


        Sturdy connection line

        between laser and hand-held device made of durable stainless steel spiral coiled tube to protect electrical, pneumatic and optical conductors

          Cutting-edge laser technology

          The three Quasar models work with fibre laser technology, a special type of solid state laser. It offers a wide range of benefits in commercial and industrial applications.


          High power density

          In contrast to conventional CO2 lasers, fibre lasers are able to deliver an extremely small focus diameter: This means the intensity of the laser beam is up to 100 times higher than with CO2 lasers of the same power.


          Particularly long service life

          Mobil-Mark uses MOPA (master oscillator power amplifier) fibre lasers in the Quasar. This type of laser offers all the advantages of a fibre laser as well as the option of variably adjusting pulse durations. This makes it one of the most flexible lasers on the market, suitable for a wide range of material applications.

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          Engraving laser in action

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