Universal’s laser material processing solutions are the perfect tools for sign builders and designers to create unique value, plus add revenue and profit to a sign shop. Our non-contact cutting and engraving solutions are versatile and easy-to-use, providing users with quality, highly-accurate and repeatable results.
Add laser engraving and cutting capabilities that can be easily integrated into your sign shop’s workflow process. Expand your business by cutting your own dimensional letters and offering more options and products to your customers. Cut, engrave or mark a wide variety of materials, including wood, acrylic, glass, marble, leather, stone, paper and more.
Many materials that can be printed on, such as Coroplast™, can also be laser cut. Produce laser cutout graphics that will impress clients and present excellent merchandising opportunities.
Streamline cut-path positioning for printed materials with Universal's Camera Registration.
Universal's Camera Registration (UCR) features a camera mounted inside the laser system that locates and determines the exact positions of registration marks on printed materials. Software adjusts the predefined cut path to fit the material.
A Universal laser system can be used to create Braille and ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) signage. ADA-compliant single-ply, modified matte acrylics can be used in combination with Grade 2 Braille translation software and a Raster Braille pen kit to produce Braille signage on your laser system.
Create dynamic point-of-purchase displays and signs using laser engraving and laser cutting techniques. With the flexibility of laser systems, both laser cutting and laser engraving features can be used to produce tabletop displays for retail stores, restaurants and bars.
A Universal laser system can be used to create signs made from multiple materials including acrylic and wood. Add laser graphic imaging to create even more dynamic effects for your signage projects.
Sound complicated? It's not.
The ULS materials database and recommended settings make Universal solutions easy to use. Our short "How digital laser material processing works" video shows you the simple steps.