Lasers are a popular choice for a variety of applications: cutting gears or gaskets for prototypes, marking barcodes or serial numbers, customizing woodworking projects, creating signage - the list goes on and on. We often see manufacturers purchase a laser with a specific application in mind, and while it meets that particular demand, adding a laser to your current equipment line up can expand your capabilities far beyond your original application needs. While these applications may have not initially been on your radar, having versatile laser equipment at your fingertips is a total game changer. • Employee awards: Quickly and easily create corporate awards for your most valued, best-performing employees! • Signage: Create directional signage and other displays for your organization. • Customer or employee gifts: Personalized gifts are much more meaningful. A laser allows you to personalize all kinds of gifts - wine bottles (or other spirits), beer mugs, even custom cut holiday ornaments! • Promotional products/one-off projects: Putting together a company softball team? Laser cut heat transfer material for your team t-shirts! Handing out swag at your next tradeshow/event? Laser your logo on everything to increase brand recognition! This presentation will demonstrate a variety of laser applications, from fiber-based industrial marking jobs to CO2-centered jobs that allow manufacturers to save time and money by eliminating a third-party laser service provider.
- Understand the differences between CO2 and fiber lasers
- Discover what laser wavelength is ideal for different applications
- Learn new ways to use the laser beyond your initial application plans
- Understand how to choose the best laser for your applications
Jeremiah Jekich serves as Epilog's web developer on the company's sales and marketing team. Jekich is responsible for maintaining, expanding, and updating the company's website content to improve the resources available to Epilog customers around the world. He earned his bachelor's degree in computer science from the Colorado School of Mines, and some of his top skills include web development, software development, and user experience design.