Worldwide Laser and Abstrax Announce the lp8wcs (Window Covering System) Series co2 Laser Marking System for Window Covers

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The LP8WCS CO2 laser marking system allows you to mark window coverings. It includes the frame, laser, laser controller software, computer and user interface all mounted on the rack system which holds the shutters or rail, the entire system has an active-x control to provide access to the AMI custom software running your production system, the laser controller software is windows based and can be activated by scanning bar codes on product travelers to eliminate operator intervention and thereby eliminate errors in marking of window coverings

Worldwide Laser (Gilbert Arizona) and Abstrax (Mesa Arizona) have co developed and introduced a new co2 laser marking system for marking wooden shutters and wooden or plastic rails for window treatments, the lp8000 co2 laser marking system consists of an air cooled co2 galvo based laser from 10 watts to 100 watts mounted on a frame assembly, the frame assembly can accommodate up to 10 feet of shutters or rails and is mounted on wheels to provide for ease of movement to different locations within the customer plant. The lp8wcs laser system replaces the manual scribing or pounding generally used in the industry to mark serial numbers, product identification and logos on shutters and rails of window covers. Lp8wcs offers a fast, labor free, method to permanently mark your products and increase your corporate presence and branding on those products.

The lp8000 series co2 laser marking system includes the frame, laser, laser controller software, computer and user interface all mounted on the rack system which holds the shutters or rail, the entire system has an active-x control to provide access to the AMI custom software running your production system, the laser controller software is windows based and can be activated by scanning bar codes on product travelers to eliminate operator intervention and thereby eliminate errors in marking of window coverings the firing of the laser is generally done via a foot switch depressed by the operator after the shutter or window cover is in place

The lp8000 series co2 laser system allows you to easily and quickly (less than 15 seconds) permanently place serial numbers, product identification numbers, and logos on your shutters and rails in the lp8010 (10 watt co2 laser system) the entire system costs less than $20,000.00 complete, leasing options are available and can reduce the monthly cost of ownership to less than $500.00 per month.

The lp8000 series co2 shutter laser system was introduced by Abstrax and worldwide laser at the recent window covering expo in Florida where the laser system was demonstrated for many interested window covering manufacturers

The lp8000 series co2 laser system for window coverings is currently designed as shown in the attached drawings.

About Worldwide Laser

Worldwide laser headquartered in Gilbert Arizona and founded in July of 1986 builds co2 laser cutting, laser marking, and laser etching systems. Worldwide laser also builds diode and lamp pumped laser and fiber laser marking, and laser etching systems from 6 watts to 300 watts. Worldwide laser has customers and offices in 10 countries in addition to the United States and full range of product handling systems with technical support staff and installation engineers. Worldwide laser offers windows based laser controller software for both our co2, yag, & fiber laser systems. For more information about worldwide laser call 480.892.8566 option 5, e-mail info @ wlsc.com, or visit our web site http://www.wlsc.com

About Abstrax

Abstrax develops and implements solutions for selling and manufacturing build-to-order products in a variety of industries, from computers to custom furniture. Abstrax focuses on solutions that improve cash flow and competitive position. For over a decade, Abstrax’s systems have enabled users to do what might have seemed impossible: improve standards for quality, speed, and flexibility, while expanding features and improving profitability. Abstrax has helped improve quality and speed by factors of five to a thousand for top manufacturers, like Motorola. Abstrax has been awarded Motorola’s software vendor of the year award. Abstrax is headquartered in Mesa, AZ and has additional offices in San Francisco and Seattle.

For more information visit http://www.abstrax.com or, contact John Vidalakis at 480-755-1700, jvidalakis @ abstrax.com

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