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January 29, 2014
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Featuring a third-generation head that operates at temperatures up to 95 deg F, the 7000 Series of scribing CO2 laser coders has a modular design and an intuitive user interface. The coders are designed for high product throughput and do not require external cooling. They can be easily integrated into most manufacturing applications, the co. states, because of their modular design comprising a controller, a cable and the laser head. The coders' IP rating makes them suitable for industrial environments. The controller cabinet is constructed of stainless steel, and the head features an aluminum body with an FDA-approved coating. The design provides easy access to safety features with an emergency stop button and dedicated power and shutter control keys on the face of the controller. An iTouch user interface is standard and features a 12-in. color touchscreen with WYSIWYG display and QWERTY keyboard, intuitive icons and one-stroke access for variable message editing.
Imaje USA, 770/421-7700. www.imaje.com
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