Play ball!

L. J. B.
August 2006
Industrial Laser Solutions;Aug2006, Vol. 21 Issue 8, p8
The article reports that the television broadcasting company ESPN Inc. turned to laser marking to highlight its coverage of sports in the U.S. The company was looking for baseball footage that it would use to introduce all of its basebal-related segments, SportsCenter, and baseball games. However, the Prologue team had a scouting mission to see how they could transform an industrial laser laboratory into a film set.


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