“So many of our users are designers and engineers who are accustomed to the Mac operating system for their day-to-day activities, so we are thrilled to be able to provide this new platform for them to access our systems from the computers they already know and love,” said Mike Dean, vice president of sales and marketing for Epilog Laser.
This is the first ever driver created for Mac users that allows operators to control the laser and perform applications from the computer.
“When Epilog first got in into this business, PCs were the standard with the majority of our customers,” Dean said. “As we’ve grown and evolved we’ve learned so many of our laser operators utilize the Mac platform, so we are very excited to offer these users seamless access to the Fusion lasers.”
To learn more and download the beta Mac driver for Epilog Fusion Laser Series, and to see a video of the Fusion engraving an iPad Air with the new driver, visit www.epiloglaser.com/epilog-mac-driver.htm.