Epilog Fusion 40 Laser

FusionThe newest product in our equipment line up is the Fusion 40 Laser from Epilog. Featuring an incredibly large 40″ x 28″ table, we’ll be able to work with even the largest products that you need to engrave. Adding the Fusion to our workshop introduces us to a new, wide range of solutions for our customer’s sign and graphic needs. This exciting machine is capable of etching and cutting a variety of materials including wood, glass, plastics, metals, paper and fabrics. Being able to offer innovative and creative solutions will continue to establish Scott Signs as a premier provider for signs and graphics.


The Fusion 40 will allow us to complete projects ranging from simple, etched, directional signs to complex, layered, architectural work. A great deal of the projects will be completed on the machine; no further finishing required.

Another exciting feature of the Epilog Fusion 40 is the Standard Rotary Attachment. This adds the ability to engrave bottles, glasses, flashlights, or any other cylindrical item up to 11.25″ in diameter.


One of our first projects utilizing the Fusion 40 was the brand packaging for justKombucha, a local craft-brewer of fermented tea beverages. We were tasked with completing a style to complement the design ethos of the company. The direction was a clean, contemporary style that evoked the natural, refreshing feel of the beverage. A few of the initial packaging and marketing collateral included gift boxes, coasters, environmental signs and business cards. We also tested the waters with a unique approach to a tap pull.



All of the pieces completed for this project were engraved and cut on the Fusion 40, only the gift boxes require post-assembly.


If you or your company has upcoming projects where the Fusion 40 could help take the results to the next level, let us know. We always look forward to pushing the creative limits for our customers.

Contact us today to find out more.


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