Pack Expo - ID Technology Introduces the New iLaserBox 400 Laser Marking Workstation at Pack Expo

See the new iLaserBox 400 Laser Marking Workstation at Pack Expo, Booth N-5406.

Fort Worth, TX October 15, 2014


ID Technology, powered by Pro Mach, a leading provider of labeling, coding and marking solutions, will be showing the complete line of Macsa Lasers at Pack Expo International in booth N-5406. The Macsa line of laser coders is available, in the US, exclusively from ID Technology.

One of the items on display at the show will be the new iLaserBox 400 Laser Marking Workstation. The iLaserBox 400 is ideal for low volume marking applications. It is compact with a small footprint but a generous internal working space. An inclined front access makes it easy to use. The workstation can be fitted with a range of CO2, YAG and Fiber lasers to create a complete laser marking solution.

The on-board Linux PC means you don't need to have an external computer to manage your laser marking. MarcaLite design software is pre-installed as you'd expect, ready to get you started.

The system also comes with Ethernet LAN access so you can network the iLaserBox without needing to buy additional equipment.

It is important that the products to be marked are presented to the laser in a consistent manner so that the finished mark is always in exactly the correct position. iLaserBox comes with a heavy duty location table for accurate location of the product to be marked.

The workstation enclosure provides proper shielding from harmful light emitted by YAG and Fiber lasers.

Along with the full range of laser coders, ID Technology will be showing its complete line of labeling, coding and marking solutions at booth N-5406.

About ID Technology

ID Technology designs, manufactures and integrates custom identification systems and is recognized as a leading single-source provider for labeling, coding and marking equipment, expertise, service and supplies. ID Technology is based in Fort Worth, Texas and operates 17 regional offices across the United States and Canada. For more information or to locate one of the ID Technology nationwide sales and service centers, call 888.438.3242 or visit our website at http://www.idtechnology.com.

ID Technology is powered by Pro Mach, a Cincinnati, Ohio based provider of integrated packaging and processing products and solutions for food, beverage, consumer goods, pharmaceutical, and other diverse companies. Through multiple brands, Pro Mach provides product packaging and processing equipment, PMMI certified training, installation, parts, and service in Bottling & Capping, Primary Packaging, Flexible Packaging, Material Handling, Identification & Tracking, and End of Line Packaging. For more information about Pro Mach visit http://www.ProMachInc.com.

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