Boss Laser Makes Their C02 Laser Engraving Machines Even Easier to Use

Boss Laser Makes Their C02 Laser Engraving Machines Even Easier to Use

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Boss Laser has partnered with CADlink Technology Corporation to bundle EngraveLab V9 design and production software with Boss Laser C02 laser cutting and engraving machines for hobbyists, schools, and businesses.

Sanford, FL, USA / ACCESSWIRE / April 4th, 2014 – Boss Laser CEO Dan Fox announces a new partnership with CADlink Technology Corporation to bundle EngraveLab V9 design and production software with Boss Laser C02 laser cutting and engraving machines for hobbyists, schools, and businesses.

“The flexibility and ease of use of CADlink’s laser software is why we chose EngraveLab V9,” explains Fox. “We know that laser operators spend most of their time in front of their computer designing their projects. It only makes sense that we give our customers the best possible experience by offering the best laser software available.”

EngraveLab V9 is the world’s most widely used engraving design and production software because it gives laser cutting and engraving machine operators outstanding power and flexibility to create. The easy-to-use software features comprehensive text, design, and layout tools to streamline workflow. It also seamlessly integrates with other professional design software programs.

“A lot of laser machine companies out there will offer a low-end laser software or their own in-house software that’s often not user friendly or it will not offer the capabilities users actually need,” says Fox. “CADlink has been developing laser software technology for more than 20 years. It’s what they do. And they’re good at not only improving it but supporting it as well.”

This new partnership with CADlink is a part of Boss Laser’s ongoing commitment to provide their customers with high-quality technology at affordable prices. “We’ve spent months testing EngraveLab on a wide range of material types and graphics programs,” says Fox. “We’re impressed with how quickly and seamlessly the software interfaces with Corel, Photoshop, and Illustrator. EngraveLab can also process images with 3D capability and convert photographs into stunning laser-etched graphics as well.”

Boss Laser gives hobbyists, schools, and businesses worldwide the power to design and create with a wide range of high-quality CO2 laser cutting and engraving systems. Boss Laser’s laser engraving machines provide the technology to easily handle applications that include cutting, engraving, marking, and etching an ever-growing list of materials.

EngraveLAB comes bundled with all of Boss Laser’s CO2 laser machines with the exception of their smallest LS-1416 laser cutter where the software is offered at a discount.

To learn more about EngraveLab as well as Boss Laser’s line of engraving systems, accessories, and leasing options call 888-652-1555.

Visit https://www.bosslaser.com/ for more information.

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