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PTG: Laser Marking Systems

February 3, 2006
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PTG Industries' latest innovation in fiber laser systems, the FiberTower™ Series, is a safe, state-of-the-art, low-cost alternative for Nd:YAG lasers commonly used for direct part marking applications. Fiber laser systems, which are more reliable, cost-effective and efficient than traditional technologies, are now replacing CO2 and YAG lasers for marking, cutting and engraving applications. The new fiber laser marking system is also available as a convenient hand-held system, which is so portable it can operate on a 12-volt car battery.

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