DEPCO and Epilog Inspire the Muses!

Epilog Laser

Since 1988, Epilog Laser has worked hard to become the leader in the laser engraving, cutting, and marking industry. They are innovators. They are problem solvers. They are committed to designing and manufacturing the highest-quality laser systems. 

Epilog’s dedication to building strong relationships with customers, distributors, vendors, and employees has been paramount in building and strengthening their business.

To their customers they offer a near endless stream of support – from their online technical library and virtual training suite to their top-notch technical support staff. It is their goal to keep their customers up and running. 

Epilog Introduces the All-New Fusion Edge

Epilog’s newest laser machine combines their top-of-the-line technology and their latest features in a compact desktop format.

The Fusion Edge laser series takes their highest-quality engraving technology and incorporates it into smaller-format systems which allow customers to get the latest technology in a transportable format. The Fusion Edge machines feature a touch-screen display panel, on-screen artwork positioning with our IRIS™ camera system, and job trace functionality for quick and easy artwork setup.

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DEPCO Helps Create Art with the Kansas City Art Institute

DEPCO recently visited the Kansas City Art Institute (KCAI) to install the Epilog Fusion Edge laser engraver for the David T. Beals III Studios for Art and Technology. The Beals Studio already housed two of Epilog’s laser engravers and the newest additions makes the total count to three within their fabrication laboratory.

KCAI offers 14 majors plus Foundation, a year-long immersive, artistic experience intended to prepare first-year students for the creative life, which brings in a vast variety of inspired souls with project ideas and clever uses. Projects have the potential to range from engraving hardboard and linoleum for printmaking to prototyping designs and packing for product testing! Students are only limited by their range of imagination!

The laboratory gives students the wonderful opportunity and environment to hone in on their creative sparks and turn them into physical representations. The lab is open to all current students and DEPCO is honored to be a part of the creative process!

KCAI provided some excellent photographs of artwork that was created by the use of Epilog lasers!

Nathan Neufeld, Rotate, laser cut acrylic and cast porcelain, ceramics ‘15
Michael Engel, Shogi Board, Laser cut birch plywood, product design ‘22
Kyra Correa, Lady of the Crows, laser cut and laser etched plywood and hardboard, illustration ‘24

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