Epilog Laser celebrates this year its 30th anniversary. A celebratory event will be hosted in Denver, USA, on 11 August.
“As I look back on the past three decades I am incredibly proud of what we have accomplished as a company, but also humbled by the undying support we have received from everyone who touches this business – our employees and distributors, our customers and fans, our vendors and other associates – everyone we have met along the way has had some sort of impact,” says Steve Garnier, CEO and one of Epilog’s founding members. “The past 30 years have been an unforgettable journey filled with triumphs and challenges, growth, and innovation. I can’t wait to see what lies ahead for us.”
Epilog Laser got its start in 1988 when two Georgia Tech buddies – Garnier and John Doran, Epilog’s vice president of engineering – combined their talents to create a small-format, computer-controlled laser engraving and cutting system. Mike Dean, Epilog’s vice president of sales and marketing, came on board not long after. The company has grown over the past 30 years. Their lasers have been used in a wide variety of markets, from guitar customization to cabinetry design to medical device marking.
“It has been and continues to be an amazing ride,” Garnier said, “and we are so thankful to everyone who has taken it with us. We can’t wait to see what the next 30 years brings!”.
In our next issue (11 September) you can read more about Epilog and the 3oth anniversary.