Product Announcement from Epilog Laser Corp.
The FiberMark metal marking laser system highlights all of the features users need most, including:
Low Cost - Fiber lasers are up to 30% less in cost than comparable YAG metal marking lasers for a more affordable marking process.
Open Architecture - The OpenArc™ driver interface lets you send your projects from almost any Windows® based software, including AutoCAD, Illustrator, CorelDRAW or the software you are already using. This translates into lower training costs for you.
Large-Format Engraving - Whether you are marking one large part up to 24" x 12" x 5" in size (610 x 305 x 127 mm), or an entire jig of parts, the FiberMark's unique flying optic beam delivery allows you a much larger marking area than a traditional metal marking system.
"Permanent marking on tools and products is increasingly in demand by all types of businesses," said Mike Dean, director of sales and marketing for Epilog. "With the fiber laser's extremely long operational life, lack of required maintenance, and relatively low cost compared to traditional YAG laser systems, we've seen an incredible interest level in bringing the FiberMark to market."
The FiberMark easily marks on almost all types of metal, including:
Permanent marks of all kinds are becoming more and more necessary on various products. Fiber lasers, because of their extremely long operational life, lack of required maintenance or alignment and relatively low cost, are rapidly becoming the marking method of choice for industrial marking applications. Non-contact fiber laser marking is a perfect choice because it:
- Does not affect the integrity of the part
- Produces a high-contrast permanent mark
- Requires almost no maintenance
- Can be operated form almost any Window's based software
- Is exceptionally easy to use