Mobile Laser Engraver Adapted For Large Tooling
Alliance Specialties and Laser Sales’ Leviathan IPG Fiber Laser System retains a 360-degree rotation, and an extendable boom-arm attachment for greater accessibility to more difficult, harder-to-reach areas.
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Alliance Specialties and Laser Sales is introducing its newest engraving system, the Leviathan. Said to match the versatility of its biblical namesake, the IPG Fiber Laser System is a free-standing, portable, completely open system, with 360-degree rotation and high flexibility. Built to handle larger, more functional work in critical areas, Alliance says its system provides greater accessibility to more difficult, harder-to-reach areas, and eliminates the deconstruction of a mold that would typically be sent out for repair or simple maintenance.
Made in the U.S., the IPG Fiber Laser System is designed, engineered and built at the company’s Prairie Grove, Illinois facility. It plugs into a traditional 50-watt outlet and is on wheels, enabling accessibility and mobility around the shop. A 6-ft boom-arm, with an extendable 3-ft attachment, provide functionality and reach that Alliance says are otherwise unobtainable through a traditional enclosed laser engraving system, making it ideal for large tooling solutions.
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