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Small Scale Laser Features Big Technology

Posted December 06, 2020 12:00 AM by Epilog Laser
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Epilog Laser is excited to announce the addition of the new Fusion Edge to our product line! This new machine incorporates some of the most popular features of the Fusion Pro Series in a small-format system.

The Edge includes Epilog’s IRIS™ Camera System, which gives operators a real-time image of the laser bed so they can precisely position their artwork and graphics quickly and accurately. It is, hands down, the quickest and easiest camera positioning system available, and an incredibly valuable tool for our users.

Featuring a 24” x 12” x 7” (610 x 305 x 178 mm) work area, the Fusion Edge comes in 30, 40, 50, and 60-watt CO2 configurations. It’s also available with a 30-watt fiber laser source configuration for bare metal marking.

Additional features of the Fusion Edge include:

  • 120 inches per second (IPS) engraving speed
    Higher speed equals faster production
  • Touch screen control
    File selection, modify settings, autofocus, and more
  • Job trace
    Quickly see where the engraving/cutting job will appear on your material
  • SAFEGUARD™ features

Keep the mechanics of your laser machine cleaner than ever before with side bellow enclosures, a fully covered x-axis assembly, and covered lens assembly.

Want to see the Edge in action? Check out the video here!

Editor's note: This is a sponsored blog post by Epilog Laser.


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