Electrox Laser

ScribaEvo

Laser marking specialist Electrox has launched its latest generation graphical design and laser programming software, ScribaEvo – a specialist solution developed by Electrox’s in-house experts that offers the most intuitive and user-friendly laser marker interface available.

Electrox will be showing ScribaEvo at Autosport at the Birmingham NEC from 8-9 January 2015 for the first time and will also be exhibiting at Southern Manufacturing in Farnborough from 10-12 February 2015.

Cobra

Electrox Laser has launched Cobra, its first high-speed CO2 coding laser, which offers improved performance and versatility when coding on fast-moving production lines.

Cobra represents Electrox’s first foray into high-speed packaging applications, extending the company’s portfolio to ‘on-the-fly’ coding to meet the demands of a number of industries including food & beverages, cosmetics and pharmaceuticals.  The Cobra will mark up to 2,500 characters per second on line speeds of up to 300 metres per minute, achieving consistent legibility even on such high output.

C02 coding laser

Electrox Laser, a laser marking and engraving system manufacturer introduced its newest CO₂ coding laser at Lasys 2014 in June. 

Available in 10 and 30W versions, the CO₂ lasers are also suitable for cutting, scoring, perforating and slitting flexible film, foil and other materials, in addition to coding and high resolution marking. They are ideal for food and drink, pharmaceutical, cosmetic and other packaged consumer goods.

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