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Explore Epilog’s New Fusion Edge 24

Posted February 14, 2021 12:00 AM by Epilog Laser

Epilog is excited to announce the addition of the Fusion Edge 24 to our laser line. This system is the latest addition to the Fusion Edge Series and features a 24 inch x 24 inch x 10 inch (610 x 610 x 254 mm) engraving area.

Available in 30, 40, 50, 60 and 80-W configurations, the Fusion Edge 24 also features our popular and easy-to-use IRIS™ Camera System, which gives laser operators a live image of the engraving table so they can quickly and accurately position their artwork on whatever product they are engraving.

The response to the IRIS™ Camera System on the Fusion Pro series was incredible, so we’re very excited to make this technology available in the new Fusion Edge systems. It really is an invaluable tool that makes it that much easier for our users to get up and running faster than ever.

Additional features of the Fusion Edge include:

· 120 inches per second (IPS) engraving speed:
Higher speed equals higher throughput

· Touch screen control:
7 inch touch screen keypad for job selection, setting controls 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.
If you’re interested in seeing the new Fusion Edge in action, check it out here!

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