Benefits of the Fibermark Laser System

"The FiberMark Laser Series is truly a unique product in the metal and plastic marking industry. The combination of flying-optic design and the highest quality engraving results provide a one-of-a-kind solution for your metal marking and engraving needs." - Epilog Laser

We have been super busy with our newest laser at Engrave It Houston - the FiberMark laser system from Epilog Laser. We've really enjoyed this new piece of machinery and want to share with you some of the benifits that it has to offer. ... sit back and prepare to be amazed!



Mark a wide variety of Materials

Fibermarks can etch almost any metal and mark many engineered plastics including: stainless steel, aluminum, black/white ABS, carbon fiber, polycarbonate, anodized aluminum, white PEEK, silicon wafers, colored delrin, magnesium, and much more.  (See the video below of the laser in action on several different material types.)

Larger Work Area

With an engraveing table of 32" x 20", the Fibermark laser has even greater work space size. It also has a table weight of 200 lbs!

Large Tempered Glass Door

There is nothing better than watching the magic of the laser in action, through the large glass window and LED lit work area. You can see see everything that is happening inside the laser system.

High Volume, Multi-Piece Marking

Easy-access, drop-down door allows for easy access to the engraving table. (This is not a brand new feature to lasers, but it sure does come in handy on jobs with lots of small parts and is worth mentioning)

The video below from Epilog Laser gives an in depth description of the features as well as an up close look at the mechanics and the inner workings of the laser.

FAQ's on the Fibermark

How does the FiberMark Laser work?

The source is a fiber laser: a fiber optic cable that has been doped with ytterbium, a rare earth element. The FiberMark Laser etches directly into metal and marks a wide variety of plastics

How deep can it engrave into metal?

All metals can be engraved into with some depth; however, some metals are more amenable to depth engraving.  

What is the maximum table weight for the FiberMark?

FiberMark Fusion: 200 lbs