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Epilog expands Fusion Pro Laser Series with two new models

Epilog expands Fusion Pro Laser Series with two new models

Epilog Laser has released two new Fusion Pro Models to expand its current range of laser systems. The Fusion Pro 24 features a 609 x 609 mm engraving table, and is available with a CO2 laser source, a fibre laser source or as a dual CO2 and fibre laser configuration. The Fusion Pro 36 features a 914 x 609 mm engraving table and is available with a CO2 laser source, or as a CO2 and fibre dual-source machine.

The new systems also include Epilog’s IRIS Camera System, which allows users to position artwork and graphics quickly and accurately by providing a real-time image of the engraving bed.

“When we first introduced the IRIS Camera System on the Fusion Pro Laser Series, it was a game changer,” said Mike Dean, Vice President, Sales and Marketing at Epilog Laser. “This valuable tool helps operators get up and running faster than ever before, and when they know exactly where their graphics or images will engrave, it saves our customers time and greatly reduces material waste.”

Additional features of the Fusion Pro 24 and Pro 36 include:

Drop Down Front Door

Easily access the engraving table from the front of the machine

Configurable Table

Use a vector cutting grid, engraving task plate, or vector cutting slats

5g Acceleration

Reach top engraving speeds faster and increase your productivity.

Touch Screen Control

Select between jobs, auto focus the laser, and rerun jobs at the touch of a button from the easy-to-use touch screen interface right at the laser.

Job Trace

Quickly see where the engraving/cutting job will appear on your material.


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.

As with all of Epilog’s systems, the Fusion Pro 24 and Pro 36 are designed, engineered, and manufactured in the USA, and made with the highest-quality components for durability and low life-time ownership costs.

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