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March 23, 2010 AT 12:00 am

New design for the Epilog Legend (and contest reminder)

Legend Series Enews
Laser freaks and fans, new Epilog laser design

New Super-Silent™ Fans are one of the highlights of the new feature set. Providing a 10-decibel drop in most of the systems, these fans make Epilog lasers the quietest operating systems on the market.
An even more robust Vector Cutting Table is now included with the series.

The updated table is over one inch thick and removable from the system. When not in use, the table can be placed in the convenient new storage rack that has been built into the stand. The Engraving Table has also been reinforced for the flattest, most even engraving surface on every job.

Beneath the Vector Cutting Table is a new removable Crumb Tray that has been built into the table pan. Users lower the Easy-Access Drop-Down Door on the front of the system and pull out the Crumb Tray to remove the debris that has fallen through, eliminating a fire hazard and making system maintenance even easier.

The updated machines in the Legend Elite Series by Epilog include the Epilog Mini 18, Mini 24, and Helix. They feature Epilog’s Accupoint™ Motion Control System with linear encoders, NeverWear stainless steel bearings, and high-speed servo motors. The series also features Epilog’s Laser Dashboard™ and Photo Real Engraving™ with dithering patterns that produce the highest quality photo engraving in the industry.

Huh, we’ve not seen “Epilog’s Laser Dashboard™ and Photo Real Engraving™” – likely their own software since COREL is good for a lot of things, likely not so good for just running a laser.


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1 Comment

  1. I’m pretty sure the dashboard is just their driver window that opens from the print dialog box.

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