Accessories

Fusion Pro laser head

Dual Source Option: CO2 and Fiber

Are you looking for the material versatility of a CO2 laser in addition to the direct metal etching of a fiber laser? Add on the dual source option to your Fusion Pro by choosing both a CO2 laser (50, 60, or 75 watts) and a fiber laser (30 or 50 watts) to work with a wider range of materials.

Rim-style rotary device

Rim-Style Rotary Attachment

Available for the Fusion Pro, the Rim-Style rotary attachment adds the ability to engrave bottles, glasses, flashlights, or any other cylindrical item. The Fusion Pro rotary attachment is as easy to setup as placing your product on the rotary, raising or lowering the scissor lift to level the engraving area, and printing to the laser.

3-jaw chuck rotary device

3-Jaw Chuck Rotary Attachment

The Fusion Pro 3-Jaw Chuck mechanically clamps a cylinder or oddly-shaped, non-cylindrical item in place as the laser engraves. It is the perfect accessory when your engraving requires extremely precise positioning on your cylindrical items.

PhotoLaser Plus software and engraved photo samples

PhotoLaser Plus Software

PhotoLaser Plus takes photo engraving with your Epilog Fusion Series laser to the next level by easily processing photos for engraving on all types of materials. Epilog Laser has partnered with CADLink to bring you the industry’s best photo processing software: PhotoLaser Plus. The easy-to-use software interface and powerful photo processing tools allow you to create the highest-quality photo engravings in the industry.

Laser system lenses

Optional Lenses

1.5” Lens: Highest-Resolution Engraving
Although the standard 2” lens provides amazing detail, our 1.5” lens assembly has been designed for the highest-resolution engraving and etching of extremely small fonts.

4.0” Lens: Cutting Thicker Materials and Inside Deep Areas
The 4” lens produces a focused beam over a longer vertical distance, which makes it ideal when engraving within a recessed area of a product, such as inside a bowl or plate. The lens is also used for cutting through very thick materials.

Cone Lens: Deep cutting with the Laser
The cone design pushes the stream from the Air Assist directly down through the cut, rather than over the surface of the engraving material. This provides even better reduction of laser flare-ups and better edge quality.

Cutting pin table

Cutting Pin Table

The Pin Table incorporates movable pins that can be placed anywhere along the table's grid of one inch (25.4 mm) spaced holes. The movable pins also allow the user to raise and support the cutting material in locations where the laser will not be cutting, providing a means of eliminating backside reflection. The table also allows you to place pins to support parts that would normally fall out of the cutting pattern. A handy removable surface plate makes the task of cleaning up small parts easy without removing the Pin Table.