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Improve ID Processes & Quality Control with Fiber Marking Solutions

Due to increased identification regulations, nearly every enterprise has a need to serialize prototypes, mechanical parts, electronics components, or even final products. Fiber laser marking systems are quickly becoming the preferred marking method for manufacturers and designers across many industries. This presentation demonstrates how easy it is to laser mark a variety of materials with a fiber laser system. Watch as the Fusion FiberMark Laser engraves steel, copper, ceramics, and more.

Date: February 26, 2015
Time: 2 PM EST (11 AM PST)
Duration: 1 hour
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Fiber laser technology is fast becoming the ideal choice for enterprises that need convenient and cost-effective marking solutions. As marking regulations become more stringent across many industries, today's manufacturers, designers, and engineers are taking a closer look at bringing fiber laser marking technology in-house.

Not only are laser marking systems an invaluable tool to help strengthen identification processes, but when brought in house-these systems can help increase traceability, improve quality control processes, and even help with branding efforts.

This presentation will demonstrate the newest fiber laser in Epilog's product line, the FiberMark Fusion. Attendees will learn how this fiber laser system can quickly and easily mark materials such as silicon, Inconel, titanium, and more.

They will also discover Epilog's open-architecture software design that allows operators to utilize a variety of graphic design programs to create their artwork for engraving. In addition, the presentation will address features and benefits of the FiberMark Fusion, including intuitive joy-stick control, on-the-fly marking capabilities, and the Epilog Control Center (ECC) that features job-time estimators and recorders.

Key Takeaways

  • Discover the many materials that can be marked with a fiber laser system
  • Learn which applications are most suitable for a fiber laser
  • Learn the simple steps needed to create a file for the laser
  • Understand the intuitive features built into the FiberMark Fusion


Bob Henry, Product Manager, Epilog Laser

A 17-year veteran of the laser industry, Bob Henry is a product manager at Epilog Laser, specializing in the industrial market sectors. Henry manages Epilog's government sales programs and also serves as a corporate liaison to franchise organizations. In addition, he is involved with new product development, providing insight to Epilog's engineering staff regarding new product and technical requirements based on customer and industry needs.