Two types of engraving, cutting, and marking systems – CO2 and fiber laser – are in high demand by today’s designers and manufacturers. Space and/or budget constraints, however, can make it difficult to incorporate both technologies in one facility. This presentation introduces a new dual-source laser system that incorporates both CO2 and fiber laser capabilities.
Date: March 29, 2016
Time: 2 PM EDT (11 AM PDT)
CO2 and fiber laser systems give designers, engineers, and manufacturers the ability to tackle a wide variety of marking, cutting, and engraving applications. Space and budget constraints, however, can make it difficult for some enterprises to incorporate both types of technology in an effective way. Dual-source laser technology – laser systems that incorporate CO2 as well as fiber laser capabilities – is fast becoming the preferred marking/cutting solution for today’s manufacturer. In this presentation, attendees will discover a dual-source system that addresses virtually every application, from marking bare metals to cutting organic materials. Epilog’s new Fusion 32 M2 performs both CO2 and fiber cutting/marking applications quickly and seamlessly with laser precision – all from the convenience of one machine.
- Understand the differences between CO2 and fiber laser technology
- Learn how dual-source laser technology combines both technologies in one system
- Discover how Epilog’s new Fusion 32 M2 works – from job set up to completion – using a variety of substrates and popular applications as examples
- Understand why Epilog’s camera recognition feature allows for laser-precise cutting of pre-printed graphics on paper, fabric, and acrylic
- Learn how dedicated optics, and a dedicated beam path for each laser source, helps simplify and streamline the M2’s laser workflow