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Barcode Engraving with a Laser Engraver

Laser engrave a table full of parts with serial numbers, barcodes or logos

Barcode Laser Engraving Systems

Laser engrave your barcodes, serial numbers, and logos with an Epilog Laser system. Our fiber laser systems directly engrave or mark any bare or coated metal including stainless steel, tool steel, brass, titanium, aluminum and much more, allowing you to create a variety of mark types in no time! Whether you’re engraving one piece at a time or a table full of components, with its easy setup process and precise marking capabilities, a fiber laser is an ideal choice for custom barcode engraving.

Engrave almost any metal

Engrave Almost Any Metal

Etch barcodes on all types of metals with a fiber laser system, including stainless steel, machine tool steel, brass, brushed aluminum, and more. To see how your material will work, let us know via our Materials Testing form and we’ll test it in our Applications Lab.

barcode engraving

Barcode Multiple Parts at One Time

Create a jig to place your parts or labels and engrave barcodes on hundreds of pieces at one time. You can easily place your jig of parts into the machine either through the top window door or the front-loading access door.

Rotary Attachment in use

Change Your Home Position

Easily position your items for engraving. Use the top left corner as your home position, or move the laser head to a custom spot on the engraving table that will work best for your part/component.

Rotary Attachment Options

Laser engrave on cylidrical parts and tools with our two Rotary Attachment options: a Rim-Style Rotary with quick setup for simple shapes, and a 3-Jaw Chuck Rotary for precise etching.

dual source engraving

Dual Laser Source Option (CO2 & Fiber)

Add the ability to engrave and/or cut acrylic, wood, stone, rubber and more to your fiber laser system with our dual source option. We’ll add a CO2 laser for the highest laser versatility available.

An array of items in the Fusion Pro's large work area

Engrave Large Parts & Tools

Engrave barcodes even on your largest parts and tools – up to 48″ x 36″ x 12.25″ (1219 x 914 x 311 mm) with our Fusion Pro 48 laser machine. 5G acceleration, 165 inches per second speeds, and the IRIS™ Camera Positioning system make the Fusion Pro a great choice for production!

The Benefits of Owning an Epilog Laser Engraver


The unique flying-optic beam delivery of our systems provides an exceptionally large work area up to 40″ x 28″ (1016 x 711 mm)!


With the ability to engrave up to 1200 dpi images, barcodes can be engraved even at the smallest dimensions.


There is no proprietary software with our barcode etching system. Setup the job in the design program of your choice and print to the laser.


You can easily engrave 2D, Datamatrix, UPC, or any other type of barcode with a laser engraver from Epilog Laser.


The fiber laser laser source creates a laser beam with a 1062 nm wavelength – ideal for etching metal and marking plastic.


Create a jig into which you can place your parts and engrave hundreds of barcodes at one time. No dedicated operator is required.

Barcoding and Industrial Marking e-Book

Over 50 pages of barcode engraving and metal etching information including a look at the different types of marks you can make with a laser, tips on how to reduce overall cycle times, what are the types of lasers for metal etching, and more.

Engraving is Easy!

Print to your laser from any graphics software

Laser machines work similarly to office printers, so the process is simple. Cutting and engraving with an Epilog is as easy as following these three steps: select your design and print, configure the laser for your material with speed and power settings, and push GO to laser it!

Artwork Setup

Design in your favorite software

Material Settings

Assign speed and power by material

Start Engraving!

Send the job to the laser and press go!

Sample Club

With step-by-step instructions and free graphics files, get new project ideas every month!
laser engraved minature baseball bats

Which machines are best for laser engraving or marking metal?

Whatever the scope of your metal project, Epilog Laser has a machine that will fit your needs, from entry-level systems to top-of-the line machines.
  • fusion edge 12 laser machine

    Fusion Edge 12

    Business Series
    Work Area

    24″ x 12″
    (610 x 305mm)


    CO2, Fiber



    Our compact laser system available in several wattage configurations and features up to 120 IPS/3.05 m/s engraving speeds. Also available with a fiber laser source.
  • Fusion Pro 24 laser machine

    Fusion Pro 24

    Industrial Series
    Work Area

    24″ x 24″
    (610 x 610mm)


    CO2, Fiber, Dual



    The smallest in our industrial Fusion Pro Laser Series, the Pro 24 is available in 60 or 100 watts and can be configured as a dual-source system with both CO2 and fiber laser capabilities.
  • Fusion Pro 36 laser machine

    Fusion Pro 36

    Industrial Series
    Work Area

    36″ x 24″
    (914 x 610mm)


    CO2, Dual



    Like all systems in the Fusion Pro Laser Series, the Pro 36 includes Epilog’s IRIS Camera System, along with engraving speeds up to 165 inches per second (4.2 m/s).
  • Fusion Pro 48 laser machine

    Fusion Pro 48

    Industrial Series
    Work Area

    48″ x 36″
    (1219 x 914mm)


    CO2, Dual



    The largest of the Fusion Pros, this industrial system is available in 80, 100, and 120-watt configurations, as a dual-source system, and can be networked via built-in Ethernet, USB or wirelessly.
  • Fusion Galvo laser machine

    Fusion Galvo

    Metal Marking Machine
    Work Area

    Max 6″ x 6″
    (152 x 152mm)





    The Fusion Galvo is Epilog’s industrial metal marking system that features an adjustable work area, lightning fast speeds, and the powerful IRIS™ camera system for quick and precise artwork placement.