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Improve Laser Material Processing and Workflow

In this presentation, attendees will learn about popular industrial marking techniques using Epilog Laser’s FiberMark Fusion and Fusion40 laser systems. Epilog will also introduce and demonstrate their new job management software that helps manufacturers improve their workflow with both CO2 and fiber laser applications.



Date: April 24, 2014
Time: 2 PM EDT (11 AM PDT)
Duration: 1 hour
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Overview

Epilog will introduce and demonstrate new job management software that helps users permanently store an unlimited number of laser projects, access job recorders, and create their own custom file structure - for increased throughput and greater productivity. Learn how to achieve metal markings/engravings on a variety of materials using Epilog's Fusion40 CO2 laser as well as the FiberMark Fusion laser system. Common metal marking applications as well as popular cutting applications in today's manufacturing industries will be presented, with a focus on materials such as ceramic, powder-coated metals, and black oxide. Attendees will review side-by-side comparisons of marking results from both CO2 and fiber laser marking systems. In addition, they will discover how different lens options and focal lengths impact marking, engraving, and cutting results.

Key Takeaways

  • Understand the difference between metal marking on a CO2 laser system vs a fiber laser system
  • Learn to perform metal marking applications with a CO2 laser system
  • Learn about cutting applications with a CO2 laser system
  • Discover how job management software can improve laser process workflow

Speaker

Bob Henry, Product Manager, Epilog Laser

Bob Henry is a product manager at Epilog Laser, based in Golden, CO. His responsibilities include managing Epilog's government sales programs and serving as a corporate liaison to franchise organizations. In addition, Henry is involved with new product development, where he provides insight to Epilog's engineering staff regarding new product and technical requirements based on customer and industry needs.