Epilog Laser Corp.
The FiberMark Fusion from Epilog Laser was designed specifically for bare-metal marking and the marking of engineered plastics. Perfect for barcoding, marking data matrix codes and more, the FiberMark Fusion offers a generous 32" x 20" work area and wattage configurations up to 50. (read more)
With an oversized table of 40" x 28" (1016 x 711 mm), the Fuson 40 features Epilog's largest work area. This machine was designed to engrave the same high-quality image at any point on the table by utilizing our top-of-the-line motion control system and industry-leading optics system. (read more)
The FiberMark from Epilog is your ultimate industrial marking resource. Designed specifically for bare metal and plastic marking, the FiberMark makes it easy and affordable to increase traceability, improve quality control and strengthen identification processes. (read more)
The perfect combination of performance and convenience - that is what the Epilog Mini line is all about. Whether you choose the Mini 18 with 18" x 12" of engraving area, or the larger format, Mini 24 featuring 24" x 12" of engraving area, you are guaranteed a high performance laser with a small price tag. (read more)
Looking for an introductory level laser that is built with quality at a low cost? The Zing Starter Series from Epilog is the choice for you. The Zing 16 Laser System has a large 16" x 12" (406 x 305 mm) work area, high quality engraving, and the low cost you're looking for. (read more)
The Fibermark Laser Series is Epilog's metal and plastic marking laser system. Using a fiber laser source, the FiberMark system allows you to etch metal and engineered plastics with bar codes, logos and text and more. The large format 24" x 12" (610 x 305 mm) work area offers a fast, inexpensive way to mark your parts and tools. (read more)
Whether you use an Epilog or any other type of CO2 laser Epilog's informative clinics are a valuable resource. Covering in-depth engraving topics such as system maintenance, laser safety and the latest production techniques, you're sure to find answers to all your laser engraving questions.
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