Gilbert, AZ (PRWEB) April 28, 2007
Worldwide Laser is pleased to announce the LP8000-T Series Co2 laser marking system for tile, stone, granite and marble.
This LP8000-T Co2 laser system from Worldwide Laser is designed for marking tile, granite, marble, floors, shower pans, counter tops, back splashes, and other surfaces where decorative marking and design is required or desired. The LP8000 -T can be configured with several different laser systems from 10 watt to 100 watts and is air cooled 110 volt 20 amp power requirements.
The LP8000-T series Co2 laser system is available in several different basic configurations. A larger model for marking large areas called the LP8000-T1 where the laser is suspended on a frame & moved around the marking area via an X-Y table the frame is rigid, reinforced steel, and mounted on suction cups to eliminate any vibration. The video links on this press release show the LP8000-T1 laser system in a 2 feet x 3 feet [.75 meters by 1 meter] configuration, systems with marking areas of 4 feet by 4 feet have been designed and delivered to customers. Larger marking areas are possible and can be achieved.
A second option is the LP8000-T2 which is designed for marking smaller tiles or area of marble & granite the configuration of this system is an x-y table mounted under the laser and the tile, granite, marble or other material to be marked is placed on the x-y table and moved under the laser beam. Worldwide Laser has an LP8000 T2 with a 12" x 12" marking area in our applications lab.
Under any configuration, our laser controller software is able to import many different types of raster & vector based art work including .jpg, Adobe, Paint Shop, AutoCAD, Coreldraw, etc. All software is windows based & very easy for user operations.
Again, under any configuration the LP8000-T system can be run on with a computer or programmed with a lap top which can then be removed providing operations without any computer present for those applications where laser system portability is required. The system is run from a hand held or desk mounted controller and has air or gas assist to help in keeping the optics clean & in marking quality.
Attached to this press release are pictures of granite tiles marked with the LP8000 T1 and video links to the LP8000 T1 recently delivered to a customer on a 2 x 3 feet x-y table with a 30 watt air cooled Co2 Laser.