Gravograph Introduces the LS900 Fiber Laser

Press Release
Friday, October 19, 2012
Gravograph LS900

The LS900 Fiber laser is a solution for a wide range of permanent marking applications including industrial panels and plates, direct part marking, signage, and barcodes. The fiber laser technology makes it possible to directly mark metal without first applying a ceramic substrate. The LS900 Fiber has sufficient power to anneal steel.
 


Due to its robust construction, the LS900 Fiber is designed for reliability and long life in industrial use. It  utilizes a cast aluminum frame, extra wide heavy-duty belts, high quality optics, four lead screws to control platform Z lift to maintain flatness, and rust-free fasteners.
 


Top notch industrial design provides a Point & Shoot red laser for job setup and validation, illuminated control panel, LCD interface, interior lighting and end of job audible alarm. Ergonomic features include easy front loading with a large viewing window.



The LS900 Fiber’s spacious table (24 x 24”) supports up to 55 lbs. and features pass through panels on both sides for oversized items. This larger table makes it easy to laser engrave multiple parts in one cycle. The weight capacity, coupled with a longer Z-axis (9.8”) expands large part engraving capabilities.



The LS900 Fiber, like all Gravograph laser engraving systems, comes standard with LaserStyle™, Gravograph’s premium graphics engraving software. This software provides powerful and versatile tools to configure engraving modes & laser parameters. Among the many software features is support for multi-item matrix layouts, variable lists, barcode generation and all laser parameters stored with the job.

 

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