LMM6000 has been specially designed to dry in a hard coat which can be handled prior to laser marking without rubbing off. This allows parts coated with LMM6000 to be stored, moved, or stacked prior to laser marking.LMM14 is one of TherMark’s two general purpose laser marking inks and is recommended for creating a black mark on most metals.
LMM-6000 is a flexible metal marking product recommended for standard metals. The following provides a list of substrates on which LMM-6000 works well. This list is not exhaustive, however, so if
your substrate does not appear on this list, please call or email LJS for suggestions and
recommendations for your laser application.
LMM-14 is one of two general-purpose laser marking compounds recommended for creating a black mark on most metals, specifically specialty metals. The combination of its flexible process window and wide range of applicable substrates makes LMM-14 very easy to use. In general, if you are looking for one laser marking product to keep on your shelf, we recommend LMM-14. LMM-14 dries quickly as a light-gray powder coat and is extremely easy to wash after laser marking. This coat should not be extensively handled prior to laser marking and should be marked shortly after application.