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Epilog Laser Showcases Latest Laser Technologies at Consumer Electronics Show

Epilog Laser, the leading producer of flying-optics based CO2 and fiber laser systems, will exhibit at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Jan. 7 - 10 at booth #15746 in the Central Hall.

Boasting a robust and user-friendly line of both CO2 and fiber laser engraving systems, the company aims to educate consumers on how laser engraving equipment can indeed fit into the consumer lifestyle.

"Whether you're interested in starting a small business or just a creative hobbyist, laser engraving is a technology that is becoming much more mainstream," said Mike Dean, director of sales and marketing for Epilog.

"That's one of the best things about this expanding industry - it seems anyone can find a niche."

"Users are often very surprised to learn how simple our equipment is to use, and even more impressed at the high-quality results Epilog lasers produce," Dean said.

"The lasers work like printers,"Dean said. "They connect to your computer just like most peripherals using either the USB port or an Ethernet Connection, so all the user has to do is set up the graphic on-screen and then print it to the laser system."

The company will be demonstrating a CO2 laser that works on almost any material, including wood, glass, acrylic, ceramic, leather, paper, and plastic.

Also slated for demonstration is the company's newest machine, the FiberMark, a fiber laser designed specifically for marking untreated metals such as titanium, brass, aluminum, steel, carbide and more.

Epilog will be producing samples for attendees to keep and plans to squeeze in a few a custom jobs while at the show.

"The iPod and the iPhone are always the most popular," Dean said. "Everyone wants their tech toys engraved."

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