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Image Systems, an ITG company, is the official distributor of Epilog in Lebanon, providing the latest laser engraving machines. Image Systems has a qualified sales and technical workforce trained on all hardware and software solutions, to ensure you receive the maximum benefits.
In business since 1988, Epilog Laser has worked hard to become the leader in the laser engraving, cutting and marking industry. We are innovators. We are problem solvers. We are committed to designing and manufacturing the highest-quality laser systems, right here in our Golden, CO headquarters.
Our original concept was to bring CO2 laser engraving systems to both commercial customers, small business owners and the home craftsman, but we certainly didn't stop there. Over the years we developed larger, more powerful CO2 laser systems and in 2006 we expanded our product line to offer the FiberMark, a system that allows for permanent marking on all types of metals.
In 2008, Epilog launched the industry's first low-cost entry-level CO2 laser engraving system, the Epilog Zing Laser, to bring our technology to an even wider audience. Today our systems are used around the globe in a myriad of markets for seemingly endless applications.
Best Equipment Sales Co. has been providing the finest engraving and cutting laser and rotary engraving systems for 35 years. With that many years working with engraving, cutting and marking equipment Best Equipment Sales Co. has the experience and expertise to help your business succeed.
In business since 1988, Epilog Laser has worked hard to become the leader in the laser engraving, cutting and marking industry. Epilog Laser is commited to new innovation, problem solving, and to designing and manufacturing the highest-quality laser systems.
Epilog Laser's original concept was to bring CO2 laser engraving systems to both commercial customers, small business owners and the home craftsman, but Epilog certainly didn't stop there. Over the years they have developed larger, more powerful CO2 laser systems and in 2006 expanded their product line to offer the FiberMark, a system that allows for permanent marking on all types of metals and engineered plastics.
Best Equipment Sales provides a vareity of graphic softwares to run your laser projects. From CorelDRAW 7 the one stop software package for every project to PhotoLaser Plus for processing photos for various materials.
Mike, along with his two partners, Steve Garnier and John Doran, owns Epilog Laser, a company taking firm aim at the woodworking market. Although large shops and specialized manufacturers have been using lasers to cut wood for some time, Epilog is working to put that technology within our grasp.
We manufacture two types of laser systems. Our fiber laser, so-called because the laser is developed in an optical fiber, is used almost exclusively for metal and plastic marking. All the rest of our products are CO2 lasers, and they encompass about 94 percent of our product output. These are ideal for wood. They range in price from $8,000 to $50,000 with prices based primarily on work area and laser wattage.
At the bottom end, the Zing has a 16- by 12-inch table and a 25-watt laser. At the upper end is a 36- by 24-inch table with 120-watt laser. Laser wattage, as far as wood is concerned, translates only into speed. The higher the wattage, the faster the cut, but any machine will do any job. The smaller ones simply take longer.
The laser beam is invisible, so watching it cut is fascinating. You can see where it contacts the material, but not the beam itself. Because the beam can both burn you and damage your eyes, we always keep it in an enclosed cabinet for safety reasons.
Each machine works in two distinctly different modes, both similar to two primary types of computer printers. The plotter mode follows vector lines, and is best for cutting all the way through wood. The raster mode produces one line at a time, like most desktop inkjet printers, and is best for thicker, shallower lines, like engraving text or surface graphics. You set all the laser parameters the same way you set up paper orientation and print quality. Instead of a printer depositing ink on paper, the laser burns away a spot of wood. You can run raster, vector or a combination of the two in one job.
Kern Lasers Systems is updating the wattage of its mid-range lasers, replacing the KT250 and KT400 models, which are rated at 250 and 400 watts respectively, with the new 300-watt KT300 and 500-watt KT500.
This small-group workshop covers the basics of laser cutting using our Epilog laser cutter. You will learn basic design techniques for engraving and cutting, appropriate materials, as well as proper machine use and safety. Workshop participants can opt to become certified to use the laser cutter on their own. 59ce067264