Epilog Laser Launches Fusion M2 Engraving & Cutting System

 

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“The great thing about the M2 is that it will allow our customers to utilize two very different laser technologies from one system. Now, no matter what material you’re working with – whether it’s wood, titanium, rubber, fabric, steel or a combination of several substrates – you have a single system that will process all these materials, within the same job ”

Mike Dean, Epilog Laser

Golden, Colo. (March 9, 2015) – Epilog Laser is pleased to announce the addition of the Fusion M2 to the company’s laser line up. The Fusion M2 is a dual-source laser system that allows users to perform both metal marking applications and CO2 laser applications from the same system, in the same job.

“The great thing about the M2 is that it will allow our customers to utilize two very different laser technologies from one system,” said Mike Dean, vice president of sales and marketing for Epilog Laser. “Now, no matter what material you’re working with – whether it’s wood, titanium, rubber, fabric, steel or a combination of several substrates – you have a single system that will process all these materials, within the same job.”

In addition to high-quality components and unparalleled cutting and engraving results Epilog’s equipment is known for, the Fusion M2 features dedicated optics and a dedicated beam path for each of the laser sources before combining the paths prior to focusing. “Some dual-laser systems compromise on optics or force you to switch out the laser source and/or the optics,” Dean said, “But with the M2 there is no need to manually swap anything; it all happens automatically.”

The Fusion M2 32 allows users to select a 50, 60, 75, or 120-watt CO2 laser and match it with a 20, 30 or 50-watt fiber laser.

 

 


For more information, contact:

Amy Dallman

Marketing Communications Specialist

Epilog Laser

+1 303 277 1188

amyd@epiloglaser.com




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