For the first time in the UK, Pryor will demonstrate its laser workstation, a large, modular floor-standing laser engraving machine. In addition, visitors to the stand will see demonstrations of a portable laser. A PortaDot P50-25 with 4000 Controller, and a PortaDot P130-30 for heavy industrial use will be among other machines on the stand.
Pryor has extensive experience in supplying global automotive brands and supply chains with marking and traceability technologies. The company offers standard and custom technologies for all sizes of manufacturer within the automotive supply chain. Every Pryor laser is supplied in Class 1 light safe enclosures, including the laser VIN cells that were recently installed in the production facilities of Jaguar Land Rover.
A team of experts from Pryor will be on hand throughout the event to answer questions and discuss laser-marking solutions for automotive component traceability, as well as standard equipment for general manufacturing.
Alastair Morris, sales director at Pryor, says: “Advanced Engineering is the perfect exhibition for engineers to see, feel and experience the full capability of our part-identification solutions. As the only company designing and manufacturing this equipment in the UK, our team can provide expert advice on marking best practice. We’re looking forward to showing our capability with our on-stand demonstrations of key products.”