Cameo Laser at PSI 2018

Cameo LaserAt PSI 2018 cameo Laser Franz Hagemann GmbH will show the possibilities of finishing different materials with Epilog Lasers. With this, you can quickly add a personal touch to your promotional products – either as single pieces or in series. 

“Promotional products have to attract the attention. Because if they don’t, their message cannot make the desired impact to the target audience”, says Michael Ebel, Sales Manager at the cameo Kompetenz-Zentrum West. At stand B13 in hall 12 cameo Laser will show how the Epilog laser devices can achieve this. “Whether on textiles – which are a great trend – plastics, acrylic, leather, ceramic or even metal: all these materials can quickly, precisely and durably be decorated with an advertising appeal with the systems that we are distributing exclusively in Germany and Austria”, he continues.

In hall 12 but also at the PSI hands-on practice island Laser in hall 10 at the cameo booth G63 live visitors can see how to create a detailed emblem with branding effects on fleece jackets by the laser system or how 100 pens can be decorated in one job with different names. “With plenty of articles we will show, what is possible with this technique. If you want, you can even try these or other applications with the laser device by yourself”, says Michael Ebel.

Cameo Laser“For this we will have for example the Epilog Mini 18 with a working area of 450 x 300 millimetres, which can be placed even in the smallest offices. With one touch of a button you can customize glasses – for example with photos. For this we use the especially developed Software LaserDraw. And the laser device works as simple as a printer”, explains Michael Ebel. On the Epilog Fusion 32 he will show further processing possibilities. “The device cuts acrylic with clean and crystal clear edges and polished inside contours as well as plastics with edges free of burrs”, he underlines.

In the version M2 Fusion offers further advantages. This dual system combines two laser sources – CO2 and fibre. “The device changes if required during the same process automatically between the two wave lengths and can process mixed materials in one working step”, says Michael Ebel and he knows: “With this the user saves a lot of time during the finishing process and enhances the productivity of the company.”