Epilog Laser Expands Fusion Maker Laser Series

Fusion Maker 24 and 36 now part of company’s laser product offerings

Fusion Maker Laser Series

Golden, Colo. – (April 24, 2023) Epilog Laser, the leading producer of CO2 and fiber laser engraving, cutting, and marking systems, is excited to announce the expansion of the highly-popular Fusion Maker Laser Series.

Meeting the needs of the market with more entry-level machinery choices, the Fusion Maker 24 and 36 expanded Epilog’s popular entry-level Fusion Maker Series with larger work areas and higher wattages of lasers. Available in a 40-watt configuration, the Fusion Maker 24 features a 24” x 24” (609 x 609 mm) engraving table. The Fusion Maker 36 boasts a 36” x 24” (914 x 609 mm) work area and is available in 40 and 50-watt configurations. Both come equipped with Epilog’s IRIS™ Camera System, which allows the user to see a real-time image of the laser bed so they may precisely position their artwork on engraving pieces in less time than ever before.

“The response to the Fusion Maker has been incredible,” said Mike Dean, vice president of sales and marketing for Epilog Laser, “. Customers have been asking for more choices in the Fusion Maker Series, and we’ve answered with a product lineup that meets the needs of customers looking for a lower price point for a large work area with high quality engraving.”

Features of the Fusion Maker Series include:

  • 60 inches per second engraving speeds
  • IRIS™ Camera Positioning
    Overhead cameras provide an accurate picture of the working area for incredibly precise artwork placement.
  • Touch Screen at the Laser
    Select between jobs, change settings, and more right at the laser from the easy-to-use touch screen.
  • 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.

For more information visit www.epiloglaser.com.

Press Contact for Epilog Laser:
Amy Dallman, Marketing Communications Specialist
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About Epilog Laser
Since 1988, Epilog Laser has been designing and manufacturing flying-optics-based CO2 and fiber laser systems that can engrave and cut wood, acrylic, plastic, fabric, rubber and many other materials. Epilog specializes in developing laser systems that create unprecedented marking and cutting quality on all types of products. The company produces versatile and reliable systems that are affordable and easy to use. For more information, visit www.epiloglaser.com.

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