Features: Benefits of a Fiber Laser System
Our Fiber Laser Series are truly a unique products in the metal and plastic marking industry. The combination of flying-optic design and the highest quality engraving results provide a one-of-a-kind solution for your metal marking and engraving needs.
Flying-optic beam delivery system provides a larger work area than in traditional metal marking systems.
Send projects to the laser through a simple print driver, allowing you to use the software you choose.
No need to brace parts or replace expensive engraving bits or tools.
Create multiple marks that fit your needs with easy-to-use settings.
Communicate with your laser through Ethernet, USB or even wirelessly.
Easy-access, drop-down door allows for easy access to the engraving table.
Etch almost any metal and mark many engineered plastics.
Features: How We Design the Systems for the Easiest Project Setup
Provides a visible laser beam for setting up projects to determine exactly where the laser will fire.
Proudly designed, engineered and manufactured in the USA.
Inline LED lighting designed to illuminate the marking area.
Closed-loop DC servo motors drive the X/Y axes.
Precision drive belts made of advanced B-style Kevlar and Steel Cord.
Easily map different speed and power settings to different colors in your file in both engraving and cutting modes.
User-friendly print driver allows you to control all of the laser's features from one interface.
Automatically sets the correct table height for focusing the lens to achieve the highest detail engraving.
An oversized door on the top of the laser provides a larger viewing area for greater workflow.
Blows a stream of air through the Air Assist system.
Resources to Help You Succeed:
No need to constantly refer to a PDF manual with our printed manual featuring over 270 pages of content.
Receive e-mail notification of new driver and firmware for your system and download updates from our website.
We host laser clinics across the United States designed both for current laser owners as well as those interested in lasers.
An online resource for you to access technical articles about your laser, software and the industry in general.
We produce two newsletters filled with customer stories, sample projects and industry news
Video training site that includes setup instructions as well as sample projects.
Download the latest project files from Epilog. Each month we add new files to spark your imagination.
We've put together a 25-page guide that discusses the basics of starting your own engraving and cutting business.
A listing of suppliers throughout the engraving industry where you can find all types of materials to engrave and cut.
Dual Source Option: CO2 and Fiber (Fusion M2 systems)
Add the fiber laser's metal etching capabilities to the CO2 laser's versatility.
Are you looking for the material versatility of a CO2 laser in addition to the direct metal etching of a fiber laser? Add on the dual source option to your Fusion M2 32 or Fusion M2 40 by choosing both a CO2 laser (50, 60 or 75 watts) and a fiber laser (30 or 50 watts) to work with a wider range of materials.
For more information, click here.
Epilog eView Camera Module (Fusion M2 Systems with CO2)
Add laser cutting to your printed projects with our unique three camera design.
Add on a registration camera system to your Fusion M2 32 or Fusion M2 40. Simply add registration marks to your printed graphic and produce precise CO2 laser cuts when using the advanced eView job positioning feature for the Fusion M2 CO2 system. The eView features three cameras located inside the system to increase cutting accuracy, including two built into the lid for the easiest positioning of projects.
For more information, click here.
3-Jaw Chuck Rotary Attachment
Easily engrave cylindrical shaped items.
When you're looking for highly-accurate marking of cylindrical parts, the 3-Jaw Chuck is the ideal choice. The Rotary Attachment is an indispensable tool that allows designers and manufactures to mark cylindrical parts, pieces and components more conveniently than ever before.
Fully programmable for a wide variety of diameters, the 3-Jaw Chuck can accommodate a significant range of material sizes. Additionally, the available tail-stock support fixture ensures correct focus on longer items. For more information, click here.
For engraving items that accommodates different part sizes.
Epilog's Rim-style rotary attachment will ensure all of your parts receive a professional mark that meets the highest standards. Great for marking cylindrical items, place your item on the two rim-style wheels and start engraving.
Designed for usability, you can switch from item to the next in seconds. the attachment easily adjusts for different lengths and will even rotate cylinders that have different diameters on each end. For more information, click here.
Epilog's Fiber Laser systems come with a standard 3" (FiberMark 24) or 5" (Fusion M2) focus lens. This will suffice for most metal/plastic marking application. However, users will find some applications require our more specialized lenses.
1.5" Lens (FiberMark 24):
- Provides an additional 1.5" of z-axis clearance for both engraving flat stock and for rotary use.
- 1.5" lens also has a smaller spot size and provides excellent detailed engraving for smaller text and artwork.
5.5" Lens (FiberMark 24):
- Offers more depth of field than our standard lens on the fiber systems. Amount of depth of field will vary depending on the material, wattage and type of mark desired.
- Provides consistent engraving/marking on curved surfaces or slightly bowed surfaces.
- Excellent for engraving on the inside/bottom surface of an item (bowl, box, tooling).
8.0" Lens (Fusion M2):
- Offers the greatest depth of field for the Fusion M2 32 and 40 Fiber.
- Provides consistent engraving/marking on the most curved surfaces.
- Excellent for engraving on the inside/bottom surface of an item (bowl, box, tooling) up to 8" tall.
Epilog Fiber Laser Series Models
Three models to choose from to meet your material processing and production needs.
Epilog FiberMark 24: The FiberMark 24 is our original Fiber laser system featuring a large 24" x 12" engraving area. It is the first flying-optic fiber laser system to be introduced and has built its reputation for high-quality marks and robust mechanics.
Epilog Fusion M2 32: With the Fusion M2 32, we've designed our best performing laser ever. It can be configured with either a fiber laser source, CO2 source or both! It features a large 32" x 20" (812 x 502 mm) work area.
Epilog Fusion M2 40: With the Fusion M2 40, we've designed a system with an oversized work area with the best performing laser and motion control system ever. It can be configured with either a fiber laser source, CO2 source or both! It features a large 40" x 28" (1016 x 711 mm) work area.
Epilog Fusion Series Technical Specifications
||Epilog FiberMark 24
||Epilog Fusion M2 32 Fiber
||Epilog Fusion M2 40 Fiber
||24" x 12"
(610 x 305 mm)
|32" x 20"
(812 x 508 mm)
|40" x 28"
(1016 x 711 mm)
|Focal Length (F-Theta Lens)
||3" (76.2 mm)
||3" (76.2 mm)
||3" (76.2 mm)
|Maximum Material Thickness
||5" (127 mm)
||12.5" (317 mm)
||12.25" (311 mm)
||30 or 50 watts
||Solid State Pulsed Ytterbium Fiber Laser (air cooled).
|Mode of Operation
||Pulsed 20-80 kHZ.
|Repetition Rate (Frequency)
||20 kHZ - 100 kHz depending on the laser wattage.
|Intelligent Memory Capacity
||Multiple file storage up to 64 MB. Rolling buffer allows files of any size to be engraved.
||Multiple file storage up to 128 MB.
||Attach the included air compressor to our Air Assist to remove heat and combustible gases from the marking surface by directing a constant stream of compressed air across the marking surface.
||Attach an air compressor to remove heat and combustible gases from the surface by directing a stream of air across the marking surface.
||The Laser Dashboard™ controls your Epilog Laser's settings from a wide range of software packages - from design programs to spreadsheet applications to CAD drawing packages.
|Red Dot Pointer
||Since the laser beam is invisible, the Red Dot Pointer on Epilog's Fiber Laser allows you to have a visual reference for locating where the laser will fire.
||When engraving items that are not easily placed at the top corner of the laser, you can set a new home position by hand (FM 24) or joystick (FM Fusion) with the convenient Movable Home Position features on the FiberMark Laser.
||Raster, vector or combined modes.
|Motion Control System
||High-speed, continuous-loop, DC servomotors using linear and rotary encoding technology for precise positioning.
||Ground and polished stainless steel long-lasting bearing system. Self lubricating on the Fusion M2
||Advanced B-style Kevlar belts.
||Double-wide Kevlar (x-axis) and Steel Cord (y-axis) belts.
||User controlled from 75 to 1200 dpi |
|Speed and Power Control
||Computer or manually control speed and power in 1% increments to 100%. Raster and vector color mapping links speed, power and focus to any RGB color. |
||10 Base-T Ethernet or USB connection. Compatible with Windows XP/Vista/7/8/10. |
|Size (W x D x H)
||34.5" x 24.5" x 16"
(876 x 622 x 406 mm)
|52.5" x 33.75" x 40.75"
(1334 x 857 x 1035 mm)
37.75" (959 mm) deep with exhaust plenum.
|60.5" x 41.25" x 42.25"
(1537 x 1048 x 1073 mm))
43" (1092 mm) deep with exhaust plenum.
||120 lbs (55 kg)without stand
500 lbs (227 kg)
Dual Source: 536 lbs (243 kg)
643 lbs (292 kg) |
Dual Source: 679 lbs (308 kg)
||Auto-switching power supply accommodates 110 to 240 volts, 50 or 60 Hz, single phase.
|Maximum Table Weight
||200 lbs (90 kg) for static and 80 lbs (36 kg) for lifiting.
||200 lbs (90 kg) for static and 100 lbs (46 kg) for lifting.
||External exhaust or internal filtration system is required via single 4" (101.6 mm) output port.
||External exhaust or internal filtration system is required via two 4" (101.6 mm) output ports.
Fiber Laser Series Videos
Watch videos about the creative laser applications available to owners of an Epilog Fiber laser system, and the wide range of materials the Epilog Fiber laser can engrave and mark.
FiberMark Fusion Demo
Watch as Bob Henry shows how to use the FiberMark and FiberMark Fusion.
FiberMark 24 Demonstration
How can you use the FiberMark to mark metals?
FiberMark Fusion Material Demo
Watch as we demonstrated the FiberMark Fusion's material capabilities.
- 17-4 PH stainless steel
- 303 stainless
- 4043 steel
- 6061 Aluminum
- ABS (white/black)
- Aluminum, 6061
- Aluminum, yellow chromate
- Bayer 2807 Makrolon polycarbonate
- Bayers bayblend FR110
- Black/white ABS
- Black/white polycarbonate
- Brushed aluminum
- Carbon fiber
- Carbon nanotube
- Ceramics, metal-plated
- Clear coat anodized aluminum
- Cobalt chrome steel
- Colored delrin (black/brown)
- Compacted powder iron with phosphate coating
- DAP - Diallyl Phthalate
- Delrin, colored (black/brown)
- GE Plastics polycarbonate resin 121-R
- Glass filled PEEK
- Glass filled Teflon
- Hard coat anodized aluminum
- Inconel metals (various)
- Machine tool steel
- Metal-plated ceramics
- Nickel plated 1215 mild steel
- Nickel plated brass
- Nickel plated gold
- Nickel plated Kovar
- Nickel plated steel
- PEEK, white
- Polybutylene Terephthalate
- Polycarbonate (black/white)
- Polycarbonate resin 121-R, GE Plastics
- Polycarbonate, Bayer 2807 Makrolon
- Rynite PET
- Silicon carbide
- Silicon steel
- Silicone wafers
- Stainless steel 303
- Stainless steel 17-4 PH
- Steel 4043
- Steel, machine tool
- Various inconel metals (nickel-chromium super alloys)
- White PEEK
- Yellow chromate aluminum
- Zinc plated mild steel
- And Many More!
The source is a fiber laser: a fiber optic cable that has been doped with ytterbium, a rare earth element.
The fiber laser produces the same wavelength of light and the same marks. YAG lasers typically require cooling and more maintenance.
Yes, especially to the operator's eyes. Additionally the wavelength will pass through common Lexan or glass materials, which is why the viewing window has been impregnated with an organic compound that absorbs the fiber energy. Do not run the laser with the safety locks defeated.
The fiber laser pulls 8-10 amps on a 110-volt circuit, and 4-5 amps on a 220 volt circuit.
All metals can be engraved into with some depth; however, some metals are more amenable to depth engraving. Softer aluminum material will engrave with depth with only a few passes. The best way to test your material is with our Applications Lab.
The Fiber Laser can only cut through very thin gauge metals. We've had success at cutting up to 0.012" (.30 mm) thick metals.
Yes, by using the polished mark settings for bare metal, the black oxide color will be removed to expose the lighter native metal color.
Systems start below $35,000 (US price only) for a 20 watt system.
FiberMark 24: 200 lbs (90 kg) for static and 80 lbs (36 kg) for lifting.
Fusion M2 32: 200 lbs (90 kg) for static and 100 lbs (46 kg) for lifting.
Let's find out! Fill out our request form to receive a brochure and samples. Or contact our Applications Lab to get started testing your materials.
- FiberMark 24: 4" (101.6 mm)
- Fusion M2 32: 7.5" (190.5 mm)
- 3-Jaw Chuck Style Rotary: 6.5" (165.1 mm)
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