Universal Laser Systems, Inc. provides machines and software for laser cutting, engraving, marking, and photo imaging. The company also offers 1-Touch Laser Photo, a software application that allows users to make photograph laser engraveable, as well as applies special filters to image, and adjusts the contrast and definition for the material being processed; and Laser Interface+, a materials-based print driver that gives user the choice of automatic or manual control over power, speed, pulses per inch, and other system settings, as well as related accessories. It offers its products for cutting various materials, such as fabric and leather, glass, metal, natural materials, paper, plastic, r...
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Scottsdale, AZ 85260
Founded in 1988
Universal Laser Systems Announces Advanced Laser Material Processing Solution for Manufacturing
Jul 30 14
Universal Laser Systems, Inc. extends its product portfolio with the XLS product family. The XLS 10.150D is the first platform model to be released for the XLS product family. This CO2 laser compatible platform addresses diverse material processing needs - from the everyday to the unusually complex. Material processing includes cutting organic materials and marking/engraving of both organic and inorganic materials. The XLS 10.150D platform consists of a 40 x 24" (1016 x 610mm) laser material processing area and an advanced beam delivery system. This system provides high-speed, accurate and repeatable beam positioning by utilizing an extremely rigid, yet friction-free motion system, with high-performance servo driven motors. Additional platform features include support for multiple lasers, touchscreen with full color LCD, multiple focusing modes, extensive safety features, and Laser System Manager software with a Materials Database containing optimal settings for processing hundreds of materials and an Estimation Tool for determining productivity in advance of laser processing. The XLS10.150D platform accepts up to two interchangeable air-cooled CO2 lasers for either single or dual laser configuration. The lasers can be individually or simultaneously controlled, quickly delivering a wide range of power up to 150 watts.