All Xenetech Graphic Workstationª (XGW) software performs automatic Grade II Braille transcription with ADA compliant typefaces and logos.
|This sample combines complex intricacies of a CAD drawing and simple typesetting and fill features of XGW to produce this rotary-engraved reverse-filled crane operator's load chart.||Reverse engraved subsurface signage leaves a smooth face on signs. The addition of cut-out shapes yields a dramatic 3-D effect.||Reverse engraved and paint filled, this precise line detail is perfect for blueprint or industrial applications.|
|Small odd-shaped objects are easily held by the reversible jigs which can be mounted securely by the centering vise jaws on the Viper Gift Engraver.||This wooden plaque is easily laser engraved with minimal power and speed using the XL- series laser motion system, and Xenetech's automatic focusing features.||Easily engrave on the inside and outside of rings, including comfort-fit, over-sized, and pre-set bands using any font or graphic design from your PC.||Here, using the laser driver, we achieve finely-detailed vector cutting beyond the limits of what a coping saw would allow.|
|Cardboard is easily scored using the laser engraver. Vectored shapes and circles can be cut and perforated by simple power adjustments.||Laser engraving on marble / onyx can be further enhanced by using a paint-fill technique to increase contrast.||Using Z-float and the auto-surface sensor, the contour of this victory cup is easily engraved on the Viper GE.||Even the steep angle of a martini glass can be engraved with the Viper GE cylindrical attachment. The XGW circular monogram font provides an appealing personalization to this gift.|
|Objects engraved on the Xenetech cylindrical attachment appear where you want them...NO GUESSWORK involved.||Metal notary seals are easily rotary engraved with precision depth control.||Shaded photographs can be engraved using a selection of different dither options.||This year, Santa gave me a laser engraver.|
|The built-in true serialization program in Xenetech coupled with the speed of the XLT 150 IPS laser engraver completed this anodized aluminum sample in record time.||Built-in rubber stamp controls allow for unlimited fine-tuning of base, shoulder, and depth.||This gold bar is engraved with the Xenetech Rotary Indexer allowing angled cuts.||Grayscale bitmap engraved in wood.|
|Vectored shapes and logos can be cut and perforated by simple power adjustments.||Reverse-engraved acrylic yields an attractive etched appearance while remaining smooth on the exposed surface.||Engraved on a 1313, this baby cup was easily positioned around the handle (not shown) for exact positioning.||This customer supplied sample is 1/4" brass rotary engraved, sandblasted, and paint-filled.|
|The Viper GE engraved this jewelry box and tie tac by utilizing the built-in clamping and open table features of the GE table and centering vise.||Laser engraved on marble, this photograph was engraved from grayscale to preserve the image's fine detail.||Using Z-float and the auto-surface sensor, the contour of this victory cup is easily engraved on the Viper GE.||True-Type font laser engraved on a glass wine bottle.|
|Our EuroLaser line of engraving systems offer powers over 200 Watts and include remarkable raster and vector cutting capabilities for high-production environments.||The XL Duo combination laser and diamond drag engraver offers laser and drag engraving in a single job. On this plaque, the laser engraves the text and the hatch-filled logo is engraved for nice contrast. In addition, lasered text can have a drag outline applied for additional accent.|
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