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AP Lazer releases a new laser system

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AP Lazer introduces the SN1812LR System, a compact open architecture engraving/cutting machine, combined with a fume extractor, ideally suited for retailers and entrepreneurs to create a memorable and interactive indoor shopping experience, according to the company.

“The patented SN1812LR laser machine features a low rider carriage cart, allowing it to effortlessly move from its top position to the floor and can engrave objects of any weight, size or shape – adding personalization revenue onto store products,” the company said in a statement.

“The laser system can fit into retail spaces without overshadowing displays, and all accessories are included. It features a fume extractor; a rotary table for cylindrical engraving of products such as tumblers and wine glasses; computer software; complete training; and 24/7 365 tech support. The system is designed for brick-and-mortar retailers to adapt the technology in-house, or an entrepreneur to partner with local retailers.”

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