Electrox is a world leader in the design, development and manufacture of laser marking systems. Established almost 30 years, Electrox has been supplying lasers for materials processing since the early 1970s and was first to develop a commercial fast axial flow CO2laser.
Electrox laser marking systems are based on a variety of technologies so that there is likely to be an Electrox system to suit most marking applications: All Electrox laser marking systems are manufactured in modular format with multiple I/O interface, making them ideal for integration on to a production line.
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