Universal’s Camera Registration is a combination of a camera mounted inside the laser system that locates and determines the exact positions of registration marks on printed materials and software that adjusts a predefined cut path to fit the material.
Every laser cartridge we produce is factory pre-aligned for easy integration into any of our laser platforms.
Universal's laser systems are modular, combining a laser platform and one or more pre-aligned, interchangeable laser sources to make a complete laser material processing system.
The PLS6.150D, PLS6.150D (with SuperSpeed™), ILS9.75 and ILS12.75 are all engineered for Dual Laser Configuration. These machines give you the ability to merge two independent laser sources into a single beam for additional power and flexibility.
Our versatile ILS platform is designed to accommodate laser processing of continuous materials, such as long sheet goods or rolled materials.
This innovation pulses the two lasers independently, allowing for two lines of a raster image to be marked.
Our exclusive line of patented CO2
Free-Space Gas Slab Lasers is designed specifically for the needs of laser cutting, engraving, graphic imaging and marking applications.
This new Multi-wavelength platform is engineered to support our new laser sources which produce 1.06 micron fiber wavelength light and 9.3 micron CO2
wavelength light as well as our traditional CO2
lasers producing 10.6 micron wavelength light.
The world's most advanced, powerful and flexible laser print driver for material processing systems.
Laser Interface+ is a materials-based print driver that gives you the choice of automatic or manual control over power, speed, pulses per inch and other system settings. Laser Interface+, combined with the Universal Control Panel (UCP), gives you complete control over your laser processing system.
These optics allow the laser beam to be focused to a much smaller spot, producing sharper images at tighter tolerances.
We developed this software to make any photographic image suitable for laser engraving. Simply select your target material from a list and 1-Touch Laser Photo will determine the appropriate contrast, filter and grayscale levels and calculate the ideal laser speed and power settings. Then engrave the image onto your material at the touch of a button.
There are several types of materials used to construct laser sources. The main body of a laser, containing the critical laser gas mixture, is referred to as a core. They can be made of metal, ceramic or glass.