Lansing’s AP Lazer Debuts New Engraving Machine for Hobbyists and Entrepreneurs

Lansing-based AP Lazer has introduced a new entry-level laser machine, the AP Lazer SN2616LR. It features a low rider carriage cart that can be set at its standard position or at the floor with the press of a button.
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The AP Lazer SN2616LR can directly engrave floors with its low carriage cart. // Courtesy of AP Lazer
The AP Lazer SN2616LR features a low rider carriage cart that can be set at its standard position or at the floor with the press of a button. // Courtesy of AP Lazer

Lansing-based AP Lazer has introduced a new entry-level laser machine, the AP Lazer SN2616LR, that features a low rider carriage cart that can be set at its standard position or at the floor with a press of a button.

The company states any object can be engraved without size and weight limitations. Designed for hobbyists, the unit targets small businesses. It also serves as a low cost way to draw aspiring entrepreneurs.

“From 2020 to 2021, during COVID-19, our sales went up by 50 percent with 90 percent of that growth from business startups. That’s when we decided to speed up our entry level business machine development,” says Tong Li, CEO of AP Lazer and inventor of the machine.

The unit comes with a 60-watt CO2 laser power and a 26-inch-by-16-inch cutting and engraving area. In addition, the SN2616LR offers users large object customization, including floor engraving.

AP Lazer states it provides 24/7/365 machine tech support.

“Creating meaningful products by engraving sentiments that evoke love, inspiration, or special memories on something even as mundane as a dollar store wine glass, can directly satisfy a customer’s emotional need, and generate high meaningful profit,” says Li.

 

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