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New Speedy 400 Video

Designed for maximum productivity and flexibility
The Speedy 400 laser engraver impresses with groundbreaking processing speeds and the highest reproducible quality. This is made possible by the most precise mechanics, a reliable laser source, the innovative and user-friendly design, and the powerful Trotec JobControl® software. The new Speedy 400 is a flexible and reliable solution, especially for the wide range of applications and materials.

epilogue laser news

Epilog Laser Announces Exciting New Rebrand

Epilog Laser, the leading producer of CO2 and fiber laser engraving, cutting and marking systems, announced today the launch of a new corporate brand identity including a redesign of the company’s website, logo, graphics, communications, and correspondence.

Epilog Laser to Exhibit at Sign & Print Expo, 26-28 March 2019

Epilog Laser, the leading producer of CO2 and fiber laser engraving, cutting and marking systems, is excited to exhibit at Sign & Print Expo 2019, 26 – 28 March, in Gorinchem, Netherlands. The company will be demonstrating a variety of laser systems and highlighting several exciting laser applications popular within the signage community.

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Universal Laser Systems® New ULTRA 9 Platform Enables Advanced Material Processing

Scottsdale, AZ – February 21, 2019 – With the increasing use of advanced materials in industrial applications from aerospace to medical devices, comes a growing need for innovation in material conversion technology. Developments in laser processing aim to overcome the limitations of existing technology and push the boundaries of how materials can be used. To this end, Universal Laser Systems has released a platform with unprecedented material processing capabilities.

The new ULTRA 9 platform is designed to perform laser cutting, laser ablation, and laser surface modification. When configured with patented MultiWave Hybrid™ technology, it can combine the laser energy of up to three wavelengths – 9.3 µm (CO2), 10.6 µm (CO2), and 1.06 µm (fiber) – by independently controlling each spectral component of the beam. The user is able to select the ideal wavelength or combination of wavelengths based on the material, allowing for maximum process flexibility.