They are as follows: shoe uppers, soles, insoles, heels, wedges and bottom stocks, applications (accessories).

As a rule, decorations are carried out on the various elements during the intermediate phases of the shoe working and anyway before its stitching. Yet, marking can also be performed on the finished shoe.

Yes, they can. It is a typical working that features many advantages, compared with the manual method.

1)      No specific skills or expertise are required for the operator.

2)      Just a basic insole, relating to a model or last, is to be manually ‘marked out’ through the cardboard pattern called ‘spider’. All sizes and Right/Left or Left/Right are obtained by means of a development software application accompanying the machine.

3)      Excavation turns out to be clean, without any powder or fume traces and for this reason it is also suitable for light uppers mounting.

4)      Excavation times are short, depending on the number of excavation, generally included between 20 and 70-80 sec per each pair of insoles.

Yes, they can. The optoelectronic dynamical focusing devices, accompanying the systems, enable marking of surfaces that are not perfectly level, thus ensuring uniformity (within 6-7 mm of depth of focus), though not geometric correspondence, as the drawing is projected.

Marking of three-dimensional objects, that can be placed on a horizontal support, can be worked by the BX Multiaxes system. Starting from a known 3D surface and a graphic pattern, BX Multiaxes spreads the drawing on the surface, through a sequence of parts of drawing and axes (X, Y, f ) movements, so as to obtain a complete marking.

BX Multiaxes, specifically designed for three-dimensional object marking. Laser power can be chosen depending on the productivity required.