Choose Between a Free Standing Unit or Desktop
The Fibermark Stand is included to allow you to move the unit throughout your factory.
The FiberMark system is shipped as a desktop unit, but it also comes with an attachable stand that is very easy to assemble. The high-quality metal stand was specially designed to make your FiberMark system free standing, allowing you to easily move the laser throughout your facility.
Etch Cylindrical Parts and Tools
Three Rotary Attachment options allow you to choose the best accessory to meet your marking needs.
Because not every cylindrical object is the same, Epilog offers three different styles of Rotary Attachments for the FiberMark system.
The Standard Style Rotary is the easiest to set up and operate. It’s a great general-purpose attachment that works well with simple cylindrical shapes.
For more demanding applications where it is desirable to mechanically clamp a cylinder or oddly-shaped, non- cylindrical object in place, we also offer Clamp Style and 3-Jaw Chuck Style Rotary attachments. These attachments provide indexing capabilities, a high level of accuracy and more versatility for holding complex cylindrical objects.
All Epilog Rotary Attachments are extremely versatile, easy-to-set-up and can be adjusted to accommodate a wide range of diameters, shapes and lengths. Even cylinders with different diameters on each end are easily accommodated, as well as custom fixtures to enhance the rotary’s capabilities.
Optional Lenses For More Etching Options
1.5 and 5-inch lenses are ideal for marking at different resolutions on uniquely-shaped items.
Epilog’s FiberMark system comes with a standard three-inch focus lens. This will suffice for most metal/plastic marking applications.
However, as with the CO2 systems, users will find some applications require a specialized lens.
Epilog also offers 1.5-inch and 5- inch lenses for the FiberMark system to help tackle more complex applications on different kinds of parts.
Fiber vs. CO2 Laser Systems - Which is Right for My Application?
Epilog manufactures a full line of lasers to meet your engraving, cutting and marking needs. With a complete line of fiber and CO2 lasers, we’re sure we can provide a laser system that is right for your application.
The decision to select a fiber laser over a CO2 will be determined primarily by what materials you need to mark. A fiber laser system will mark bare metals, ceramics and engineered plastics, whereas a CO2 laser system can engrave a wider variety of materials, including wood, acrylic, rubber, plastic and more.
If you will be working mostly with metals and part marking, the FiberMark is the right choice for you. The wavelength of the fiber laser allows it to mark directly onto metal and engineered plastics, but not organic materials such as wood and acrylic.
To see a demonstration of the entire product line, call your distributor at the number listed on their card at the front of the brochure, or call us directly at +1 303 277 1188.
Zing Starter Series Epilog Zing 16 and 24
Legend Elite Series Epilog Mini, Helix, and Legend 36EXT
FiberMark Industrial Series
Wood, acrylic, plastic, rubber, fabric, paper, mylar, glass, coated metals, anodized aluminum, fiberglass, circuit boards, tile, cork, leather and more.
Marking Materials: Stainless Steel, Anodized Aluminum, Brass, Engineered Plastics, Bare Aluminum, Titanium, Ceramic, Alloys and much more!
Wood, acrylic, plastic, rubber, fabric, paper, mylar, fiberglass, cork, leather and more.
The FiberMark is not designed for cutting applications.
From 16” x 12” to 24” x 12” (406 x 305 mm to 610 x 305 mm)
From 18” x 12” to 36” x 24” (457 x 305 mm to 914 x 610 mm)
24” x 12” (610 x 305 mm)
Waveguide, air cooled CO2 Laser, 1062 mm Class 2 Laser Product - 1 mW CW Maximum 600-700 nm
Ytterbium Fiber Laser, air cooled, 1062 nm
Laser Tube Wattages:
From 30 to 120 watts
From 10 to 50 watts
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