The OEM configuration of the Low Cost Hybrid Fiber Laser Marking Systems is a complete fiber laser marking system but the components are not mounted in or attached to any type of workstation.

The laser module, power supply, and associated wiring are contained in a standard 3U high, 19-inch rack-mountable chassis. The optical unit contains the fiber laser Isolator/collimator (the laser beam output device), a reversible beam expander, the scanhead (contains X and Y galvos), and the focusing lens.  

The optical unit baseplate can be mounted to any flat surface. The computer with the marking software and RTC control board are mounted in a standard 3U high, 19-inch rack mountable chassis. When connected and mounted into some type of frame or workstation, these components make up a fully functional fiber laser marking system.

The OEM configuration includes the following components:

Laser Source- JPT Variable Pulse Width MOPA type laser. The standard laser is a JPT Model M7 in either a 30, 60, 80 or 100 watt configuration.

1.5X Reversable Beam Expander  ( read more here )

Scanhead- Galvo Tech Scan Box 14 with standard XY2-100 interface

Focusing Lens- Opex F-Theta lens. Marking Field Sizes from 4.7 to 12 inches square

Control Board- RTC 4

Software- Leopardmark Laser Marking Software. Prolase Laser Marking Software is available for an additional charge. Both software packages are American Made and Jimani provides unlimited, no-charge operational support.

Computer- 19: Rack Mountable Chassis, Win 10 Pro 64 bit, 1 TB Solid State Drive, 8 GB ram installed

Footswitch for hands-free laser operation

Two Year Warranty

Free Training and System Acceptance at Jimani Facility

Application and Hardware support from Jimani

Shipping is FOB Oxnard, CA.

Power Requirements: 115VAC 15 Amp Service

For other Hybrid systems options, please click below

Low Cost Desktop Hybrid Fiber Laser Marking System
Enclosed Low Cost Hybrid Fiber Laser Marking System
CO2 Low Cost Hybrid Laser Marking System

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