Two of our planned three fiber laser marking system options are released and available now. While we prepare to launch the third option we wanted to run down the two industrial laser options available now.
The first of our industrial laser systems to be released, the Endeavor J-Series is a turn-key, Class 1 fully enclosed fiber laser workstation. The Endeavor J-Series Fiber laser is built on a large 36” x 24” work platform on a sturdy 0.375” Aluminum plate that allows for variety of fixture sizes and additional equipment like rotary indexer or X/Y table.
Integrating many design features normally considered “options” as standard features in the Endeavor, we wanted to combine the best in reliability and stability with functionality and flexibility to handle a wide range of applications. Which is why the Endeavor J-Series is manufactured from high quality U.S. materials incorporating many enhancements as standard features, includes large 11” x 11” operator laser safe viewing window.
We also offer standard our TJS Axis Server Control. An intuitive interface, the TJS Axis Server Control feature provides “real-time” positioning for any axis. Unlike previous systems which displayed this information via other methods (like digital read outs) we display this on the PC monitor for simplicity and convenience.
You can learn more about the Endeavor J-Series specifications here!
An OEM laser system, the Endeavor RETRO system is designed to allow customers to utilize their existing workstation by replacing the laser and controls with the appropriate Endeavor RETRO laser.
A replacement system for any existing flash lamp, diode pump, CO2, or other laser system, the Endeavor RETRO is a flexible marking solution. With its small footprint and flexible interface, Endeavor RETRO can be mounted on just about any platform including existing automation, conveyors and other part processing infra-structure. All RETRO systems are air-cooled and operate on 120VAC making integration simple and operation very cost effective.
Contact us for information on the formal release of the Endeavor J-Series or click the image below to learn more.
This post was published on February 9, 2016 and updated on February 9, 2016.