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AP Lazer releases a new laser machine

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AP Lazer introduces a new entry-level laser machine, the SN2616LR, featuring a low rider carriage cart, allowing the machine to effortlessly move from its standard position to the floor with a simple press of a button. The new patented model can engrave any object without size and weight limitations, according to the company.

“Designed for profit-seeking hobbyists ready to scale their business to the next level, the new machine targets a large segment of the population who join a growing trend of startup entrepreneurs and become part of the Great Resignation,” the company said in a new product release.

“The AP Lazer SN2616LR is armed with 60-watt CO2 laser power and a 26” x 16” cutting and engraving area. While the customization market continues to grow in popularity, the SN2616LR provides the business owner with an entrée to a less competitive part of that market – large object customization, which includes floor engraving. The new laser machine provides entrepreneurs with the ability to expand in the rapidly accelerating and profitable emotional marketplace.”

For more, visit www.aplazer.com.

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