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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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