Fiber Laser Systems: Metal Engraving and Plastic Marking Laser Machines
Epilog's Fiber Laser series is your solution for etching and marking all types of bare metals and plastics. Print to the laser directly from any graphic software program for easy job setup, and etch an entire table full of parts at one time.
Epilog FiberMark 24: The FiberMark 24 is our original Fiber laser system featuring a large 24" x 12" engraving area. It is the first flying-optic fiber laser system to be introduced and has built its reputation for high-quality marks and robust mechanics.
Epilog Fusion M2 32: With the Fusion M2 32, we've designed our best performing laser ever. It can be configured with either a fiber laser source, CO2 source or both! It features a large 32" x 20" (812 x 502 mm) work area.
Epilog Fusion M2 40: With the Fusion M2 40, we've designed a system with an oversized work area with the best performing laser and motion control system ever. It can be configured with either a fiber laser source, CO2 source or both! It features a large 40" x 28" (1016 x 711 mm) work area.
Watch videos about the creative laser applications available to owners of an Epilog Fiber laser system, and the wide range of materials the Epilog Fiber laser can engrave and mark.
The source is a fiber laser: a fiber optic cable that has been doped with ytterbium, a rare earth element.
The fiber laser produces the same wavelength of light and the same marks. YAG lasers typically require cooling and more maintenance.
Yes, especially to the operator's eyes. Additionally the wavelength will pass through common Lexan or glass materials, which is why the viewing window has been impregnated with an organic compound that absorbs the fiber energy. Do not run the laser with the safety locks defeated.
The fiber laser pulls 8-10 amps on a 110-volt circuit, and 4-5 amps on a 220 volt circuit.
0.001" (.0254 mm)
All metals can be engraved into with some depth; however, some metals are more amenable to depth engraving. Softer aluminum material will engrave with depth with only a few passes. The best way to test your material is with our Applications Lab.
The Fiber Laser can only cut through very thin gauge metals. We've had success at cutting up to 0.012" (.30 mm) thick metals.
Yes, by using the polished mark settings for bare metal, the black oxide color will be removed to expose the lighter native metal color.
Systems start below $35,000 (US price only) for a 20 watt system.
FiberMark 24: 200 lbs (90 kg) for static and 80 lbs (36 kg) for lifting.
Fusion M2 32: 200 lbs (90 kg) for static and 100 lbs (46 kg) for lifting.
Let's find out! Fill out our request form to receive a brochure and samples. Or contact our Applications Lab to get started testing your materials.