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EMP Fiber Galvo Laser, front view
EMP Fiber Galvo Laser, left view
EMP Fiber Galvo Laser, right view
EMP Fiber Galvo Laser, close up of length
EMP Fiber Galvo Laser, controls view
EMP Fiber Galvo Laser, close up of EMP logo on cabinet
EMP Fiber Galvo Laser, close up of EMP logo on arm

EMP Fiber Galvo Lasers EMP ST30R・EMP ST50R・EMP ST60J・EMP ST100J

  • Split Type Fiber Laser Marking Machines. Designed by EMP for performance, ease of use, and long term reliability.

    Features include:
  • High Quality Scan Head
  • Raycus or JPT MOPA Laser Source
  • 30W, 50W, 60W or 100W Power
  • Full Option Board
  • Rotary Option
  • Task Ring Light Option
  • Integrated Exhaust Fan Option
  • LightBurn Compatible

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EMP ST30R・EMP ST50R・EMP ST60J・EMP ST100J

Model EMP ST30R Fiber Marker Laser
EMP ST30R
EMP ST50R Fiber Marker Laser
EMP ST50R
EMP ST60J MOPA Fiber Laser
EMP ST60J
EMP ST100J
EMP ST100J
Pricing $4995 $6995 $6995 $8495 $8995 $11995
Laser Output Power 30W 50W 30W 50W 60W 100W
Laser Source Raycus RFL-P30QS Raycus RFL-P50QB JPT LP+ 30W JPT LP+ 50W JPT MOPA YDFLP-E2-60-M7-M-R JPT MOPA YDFLP-E2-100-M7-M-R
Laser Source Best For Raycus is a great option if you don't have a need for annealing or working with plastic Raycus is a great option if you don't have a need for annealing or working with plastic JPT has a much higher adjustable frequency range which makes it perfect for techniques like annealing on stainless steel, color changes on plastics, and anything else that requires a softer touch JPT has a much higher adjustable frequency range which makes it perfect for techniques like annealing on stainless steel, color changes on plastics, and anything else that requires a softer touch MOPA lasers allow for greater control over pulse parameters, which makes it perfect for techniques like annealing on stainless steel, color changes on plastics, and marking on materials that are sensitive to heat MOPA lasers allow for greater control over pulse parameters, which makes it perfect for techniques like annealing on stainless steel, color changes on plastics, and marking on materials that are sensitive to heat
Pulse Width 90-130ns 120-150ns @ 50Hz 200ns 200ns 2-500ns 2-500ns
Frequency Range 30-60kHz 50-100kHz 37-600kHz 40-600kHz 1-4000kHz 1-4000kHz
Controller JCZ FBLI-V4 (Lite) JCZ FBLI-V4 (Lite) JCZ FBLI-V4 (Lite) JCZ FBLI-V4 (Lite) JCZ FBLI-V4 (Lite) JCZ FBLI-V4 (Lite)
Galvo Head ZBTK 2D 10C ZBTK 2D 10C ZBTK 2D 10C ZBTK 2D 10C ZBTK 2D 10L ZBTK 2D 10CL
F-theta Lens K9,F290 D200x200 (M85) (0-100W) K9,F290 D200x200 (M85) (0-100W) K9,F290 D200x200 (M85) (0-100W) K9,F290 D200x200 (M85) (0-100W) F290 D200x200 (M85) (SL-1064-200-290) F290 D200x200 (M85) (SL-1064-200-290)
Software Lightburn - Galvo Lightburn - Galvo Lightburn - Galvo Lightburn - Galvo Lightburn - Galvo Lightburn - Galvo
Supported OS WIN 10/11 MAC OS WIN 10/11 MAC OS WIN 10/11 MAC OS WIN 10/11 MAC OS WIN 10/11 MAC OS WIN 10/11 MAC OS
Supported File Formats AI, PDF, DXF, SVG, BMP, GIF, JPEG, PNG, TIFF AI, PDF, DXF, SVG, BMP, GIF, JPEG, PNG, TIFF AI, PDF, DXF, SVG, BMP, GIF, JPEG, PNG, TIFF AI, PDF, DXF, SVG, BMP, GIF, JPEG, PNG, TIFF AI, PDF, DXF, SVG, BMP, GIF, JPEG, PNG, TIFF AI, PDF, DXF, SVG, BMP, GIF, JPEG, PNG, TIFF
Laser Wavelength 1064nm 1064nm 1064nm 1064nm 1064nm 1064nm
Max Speed 196.85 ips (5000 mm/sec) 196.85 ips (5000 mm/sec) 196.85 ips (5000 mm/sec) 196.85 ips (5000 mm/sec) 275.59 ips (7000 mm/sec) 275.59 ips (7000 mm/sec)
Marking Area 200x200mm (7.87" x 7.87") default, up to 300mmx300mm (11.8"x11.8") 200x200mm (7.87" x 7.87") default, up to 300mmx300mm (11.8"x11.8") 200x200mm (7.87" x 7.87") default, up to 300mmx300mm (11.8"x11.8") 200x200mm (7.87" x 7.87") default, up to 300mmx300mm (11.8"x11.8") 200x200mm (7.87" x 7.87") default, up to 300mmx300mm (11.8"x11.8") 200x200mm (7.87" x 7.87") default, up to 300mmx300mm (11.8"x11.8")
Max Height Adjustment 19.96"-31.5" (500-800mm) 19.96"-31.5" (500-800mm) 19.96"-31.5" (500-800mm) 19.96"-31.5" (500-800mm) 19.96"-31.5" (500-800mm) 19.96"-31.5" (500-800mm)
Marking Depth <=0.4mm Adjustable (subject to material type) <=0.4mm Adjustable (subject to material type) <=1.0mm Adjustable (subject to material type) <=1.0mm Adjustable (subject to material type) <=1.5mm Adjustable (subject to material type) <=1.5mm Adjustable (subject to material type)
Min Line Width ±0.01mm (subject to material type) ±0.01mm (subject to material type) ±0.01mm (subject to material type) ±0.01mm (subject to material type) ±0.01mm (subject to material type) ±0.01mm (subject to material type)
Rotary Optional (Aeon compatible) Optional (Aeon compatible) Optional (Aeon compatible) Optional (Aeon compatible) Optional (Aeon compatible) Optional (Aeon compatible)
Rotary Drive DM542S DM542S DM542S DM542S DM542S DM542S
Smart Keys
LED Logo
Task Ring Light Optional Optional Optional Optional Optional, controlled via Smart Keys Optional, controlled via Smart Keys
Integrated Exhaust Fan Optional Optional Optional Optional Optional, controlled via Smart Keys Optional, controlled via Smart Keys
Safe Temperature and Humidity Range 0~35°C / 10~95% 0~35°C / 10~95% 0~35°C / 10~95% 0~35°C / 10~95% 0~35°C / 10~95% 0~35°C / 10~95%
Cooling System Air Cooled Air Cooled Air Cooled Air Cooled Air Cooled Air Cooled
Rated Voltage 110v 110v 110v 110v 110v 110v
Frequency 50Hz-60Hz 50Hz-60Hz 50Hz-60Hz 50Hz-60Hz 50Hz-60Hz 50Hz-60Hz
Phases 1 1 1 1 1 1
Circuit 15 amp 15 amp 15 amp 15 amp 15 amp 15 amp
Machine Dimensions 20.05″ x 21.65″ x 26.77>″ / 56cm x 55cm x 68cm 20.05″ x 21.65″ x 26.77>″ / 56cm x 55cm x 68cm 20.05″ x 21.65″ x 26.77>″ / 56cm x 55cm x 68cm 20.05″ x 21.65″ x 26.77>″ / 56cm x 55cm x 68cm 22.05″ x 21.65″ x 26.77″ / 57cm x 55cm x 68cm 22.05″ x 21.65″ x 26.77″ / 57cm x 55cm x 68cm
Machine Weight 99 lbs. / 45KG 99 lbs. / 45KG 99 lbs. / 45KG 99 lbs. / 45KG 99 lbs. / 45KG 99 lbs. / 45KG
Compatible Materials Metals: Aluminum, Gold, Silver, Copper, Stainless Steel, Brass, Titanium and Tungsten Nonmetals: Colored Acrylic, Hard Plastics, Brick, Granite, Marble, Tile, Nylon, ABS, Ceramic, River Rock, Precious Stones, Marble, Artificial Leather and Cardboard Metals: Aluminum, Gold, Silver, Copper, Stainless Steel, Brass, Titanium and Tungsten Nonmetals: Colored Acrylic, Hard Plastics, Brick, Granite, Marble, Tile, Nylon, ABS, Ceramic, River Rock, Precious Stones, Marble, Artificial Leather and Cardboard Metals: Aluminum, Gold, Silver, Copper, Stainless Steel, Brass, Titanium and Tungsten Nonmetals: Colored Acrylic, Hard Plastics, Brick, Granite, Marble, Tile, Nylon, ABS, Ceramic, River Rock, Precious Stones, Marble, Artificial Leather and Cardboard Metals: Aluminum, Gold, Silver, Copper, Stainless Steel, Brass, Titanium and Tungsten Nonmetals: Colored Acrylic, Hard Plastics, Brick, Granite, Marble, Tile, Nylon, ABS, Ceramic, River Rock, Precious Stones, Marble, Artificial Leather and Cardboard Metals: Aluminum, Gold, Silver, Copper, Stainless Steel, Brass, Titanium and Tungsten Nonmetals: Colored Acrylic, Hard Plastics, Brick, Granite, Marble, Tile, Nylon, ABS, Ceramic, River Rock, Precious Stones, Marble, Artificial Leather and Cardboard Metals: Aluminum, Gold, Silver, Copper, Stainless Steel, Brass, Titanium and Tungsten Nonmetals: Colored Acrylic, Hard Plastics, Brick, Granite, Marble, Tile, Nylon, ABS, Ceramic, River Rock, Precious Stones, Marble, Artificial Leather and Cardboard
Warranty 24 months for the entire machine and laser source. 12 months for all other electrical components 24 months for the entire machine and laser source. 12 months for all other electrical components 24 months for the entire machine and laser source. 12 months for all other electrical components 24 months for the entire machine and laser source. 12 months for all other electrical components 24 months for the entire machine and laser source. 12 months for all other electrical components 24 months for the entire machine and laser source. 12 months for all other electrical components
Extended Warranty $395 - 1 Year
$710 - 2 Years
$395 - 1 Year
$710 - 2 Years
n/a n/a $595 - 1 Year
$1070 - 2 Years
$595 - 1 Year
$1070 - 2 Years
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6 Reasons to consider EMP Laser over competitors

EMP opted to build its fiber galvo lasers to a superior spec, and we did so with performance, ease of use, and long term reliability in mind.

Better Scan Head

We did our research and opted to go with a scan head that offers more reliability and more repeatability than the SINO scan head, a popular competitor.

Quality Moving Parts

The only moving part in a fiber laser is the Galvo head, mirrors, and servos. Our higher quality parts make a big difference in long term performance and reliability.

Better Optics

The scan head in the EMP lasers has a high quality mirror, which ensures maximum uptime and the best process speeds and quality.

Full Option Board

The full option unit allows for better performance, a foot pedal attachment, a rotary, onboard memory, better reliability, and LightBurn integration.

Integrated Exhaust Fan

The optional Integrated Exhaust Fan is unintrusive and keeps your work area and air clean. It plugs right into your laser and can be controlled from the Smart Key pad.

Task Ring Light

The optional Task Ring Light attaches to your laser and lets you see what you are engraving with exceptional clarity. Great for making TikToks and videos!

FAQ

The major differences between JPT and Raycus has to do with the pulse width and the frequency available for each.

Generally speaking a JPT source will allow more control over the beam and allow for whiter whites on aluminum, darker blacks on steels, and brighter colors on plastics. If the goal is to have brighter colors on polymers or have darker colors on steels than a JPT is well worth the upgrade.

If you simply want to dig into metal with an engrave, or just do some simple names on tools, either is a great option.

A MOPA (Master Oscillator Power Amplifier) fiber laser has several advantages that make it suitable for various applications compared to other types of lasers. Here are some key advantages:

1.Pulse Duration Control: MOPA lasers offer precise control over pulse duration. This is particularly important in applications where the laser needs to produce pulses of specific lengths. The ability to control pulse duration allows for better customization and optimization of the laser for specific tasks.

2.Peak Power Control: MOPA lasers enable control over the peak power of the laser pulses. This feature is crucial in applications such as material processing, where different materials may require different levels of peak power for optimal results.

3.Flexible Pulse Repetition Rates: MOPA lasers can have flexible pulse repetition rates. This flexibility is advantageous in applications where the laser needs to operate at varying speeds or frequencies.

4.Pulse Energy Scalability:MOPA lasers can be designed to scale pulse energy while maintaining a consistent pulse shape. This scalability is beneficial in applications that require varying levels of energy for different tasks.

30W is fantastic for most engraving that isn't deep, but anytime you want to go deep or cut thin metals (e.g. aluminum foil, pennies, etc) you will usually want a smaller lens and 50W or higher power.

The difference in power is important when trying to do deep engraving, coins, cutting very thin metals, etc. It is also important as lenses get wider. Essentially you need much more power if you want to go wider, so if you want to engrave a 300mm wide object, it will require way more power than if you are trying to do a 150mm object.

Here is the technical explanation: Light follows the inverse square law, so as area doubles the intensity of light is a function of the square root of that. Not important that you know the math, but this photo should clear it up.

Upgrade options for the 30W and 50W are the Integrated Exhaust Fan, Ring Task Light and Rotary Devices.

Yes. The Integrated Exhaust Fan and Ring Task Light can be purchased separately and added to any EMP fiber laser.

The 60W JPT MOPA and 100W JPT MOPA models include the LED logo and Smart Keys. The 30W and 50W models do not.

The LED logo is both aesthetically pleasing and shows the status of the machine. It turns red when operating and white when on standby.

Smart Keys are basically shortcuts mounted on the machine itself. They allow you to Frame, Start and Stop a job. They also serve as the on/off buttons for the exhaust fan and task light IF you get the MOPA models. The Raycus models will not have any of these features, but you will be able to add the fan and light which will then have on/off buttons installed on the cables themselves, similar to a desk lamp.

smart keys on top of laser tower

EMP Fiber lasers are compatible with the following Aeon compatible rotaries: PiBurn, RotoBoss, Rotary Chuck, and Smart Roller Rotary. It is not compatible with the Multi Roller.

Because a galvo laser can move so quickly, the ability to have more power is usually a nice thing to have as we can go faster for the given job and still deliver the same engrave. Galvos go over the same area over and over again to produce the job or cut desired, so having the increase in power shortens the timeframe required to complete the task.

Whether or not the wattage will perform to your liking, largely depends on your application and desired cycle times. The most common reason for increasing the wattage is to perform deep engraves in less time.

Annealing steels produce a black color on the surface and is much easier to do on a JPT source unit.

A standard fiber laser can not achieve colors. However, MOPA lasers can be used for creating color markings on metals. By adjusting pulse parameters, including pulse duration, MOPA lasers can generate a wider range of colors compared to traditional fiber lasers.

Yes, you can increase the field size by opting for a taller vertical column and a lens with a larger field size. It ends up being roughly a 12" x 12" work area, and while not as powerful of a beam, still produces excellent results.

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