Värnamo Glass – Quick Off The Mark!

Leading Swedish glass processor AB Värnamo Sliperi & Glasmästeri have over 80 years’ experience in the glass industry and are now the country’s first to invest in Ashton Industrial’s very latest laser glass marking innovation.

The LASERMARK-PRO V3 is a truly mobile 30W CO2 laser and controller which allows left-and-right hand positioning, is height adjustable and can be used at multiple locations within the factory.

This ready to use, Plug&Play unit accommodates touch screen programming of logos, dates, serial numbers, free text and 2D codes, with a typical marking time of 1 second.

For more details on the laser contact Richard Green rgreen@ashton-industrial.com

For more details on their huge range of processed glass products visit www.varnamoglas.se

or contact

Michael Johansson VD

Växel: +46 (0)370-30 17 70

Fax: +46 (0)370-177 58

AB Värnamo Sliperi & Glasmästeri – Växjövägen 78 – 331 42 VÄRNAMO SWEDEN

600450 Värnamo Glass – Quick Off The Mark! glassonweb.com

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