Laser Cutting Products

The laser cutting technology area has information on 2-D and 3-D cutting machines, optics, resonators, cutting gases, and automated material handling systems. In addition to conventional CO2 systems, it has information on solid-state fiber and disk lasers.

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Laser cutting software makes efficient use of leftover plate

March 28, 2016

Power-Tech has introduced Drop & Cut software for Eagle laser cutting machines from the iNspire and eVision lines. It is designed to make efficient use of leftover plate for inclusion in other items. The system features a high-definition camera mounted inside the machine that monitors the...

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Laser cutting system reduces power consumption

March 7, 2016

Fonon Corp. has updated its TITAN™ flat-bed, multipurpose laser cutting machine, integrating multiple subsystems and introducing several changes to help minimize floor space requirements, reduce power consumption, and increase productivity. Designed to consume less than 5 percent of the power...

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2-D fiber laser cutting system offers increased productivity

January 19, 2016

Prima Power offers the Laser Genius 2-D fiber laser cutting system. According to the manufacturer, the system’s automation modules and CNC proprietary management help ensure accuracy in cutting and head positioning, while high-dynamic linear motors help increase productivity 15 percent compared...

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Fiber laser cutting system available in 6-kW configuration

December 18, 2015

Mazak Optonics Corp. offers the Optiplex Fiber II 6-kW fiber laser cutting system for high-speed cutting of a variety of materials. The machine features a multicontrol torch as standard equipment, eliminating the need for short-, medium-, and long-focus torches. The system has auto nozzle...

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Tube cutting system employs direct-diode laser

December 17, 2015

Mazak Optonics Corp. has developed the Versatile Compact Laser (VCL) Tube-100 laser cutting system, designed for low-volume tube and bar components up to 4 in. dia. (3 in. square) and lengths up to 25 ft. The machine uses a direct-diode laser. It includes a fiber delivery system, and the...

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Fiber laser includes integrated automatic shuttle table system

December 16, 2015

LVD Strippit offers the Electra 3015 ultrahigh-speed fiber laser system. Powered by a solid-state fiber laser source, the machine processes traditional sheet metal materials such as mild steel, stainless steel, and aluminum, as well as copper and brass. The compact unit includes an integrated...

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Fiber laser integrates with automated load/unload for lights-out production

December 15, 2015

TRUMPF’s TruLaser 2030 fiber laser offers a 60- by 120-in. working range to process a variety of materials and thicknesses. It is suitable for job shops that run up to three shifts per day, as well as for first-time laser users looking to add laser cutting capabilities to their business. The...

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Fiber laser suitable for first-time users

December 14, 2015

The new BySmart Fiber 3015 compact laser cutting machine from Bystronic is designed for first-time users of fiber laser cutting technology. For users that cut mainly thin materials, the machine delivers a fast cutting process and reduced costs, the company says. It is available with a Fiber 2000...

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Compact fiber laser offered

November 27, 2015

LVD Strippit has introduced the Phoenix FL fiber laser. The compact machine features a welded steel frame construction that helps minimize deformation caused by high acceleration to improve overall machine accuracy. Powered by a high-efficiency, solid-state doped fiber laser source, the fiber...

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Industrial fiber laser incorporates programmable pulse shaping, triggering

November 25, 2015

nLIGHT has introduced the nLIGHT alta prime™ industrial fiber laser. It is available at power levels from 500 W to 1 kW for metal cutting and welding applications. According to the company, the laser has the fastest modulation rate and shortest pulse rise-and-fall times available in a...

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E-book highlights advantages of laser cutting in metal stamping

November 17, 2015

American Industrial Co.’s new E-Book, The Laser Cutting Advantage, offers a look at the advantages of using laser cutting in metal stamping. The free E-book explains how laser cutting capabilities allow for flexibility for short-run orders and facilitate fast turnaround...

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Optics for high-power fiber lasers feature low-absorption coating

November 10, 2015

Mate Laser Technologies has introduced 1 Micron Optics for high-power fiber lasers. The products include lenses, protective windows, and nozzles for several laser system brands. The optics feature extremely low-absorption, fused-silica substrates. The low-absorption, antireflective coatings on...

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Laser cells perform automated cutting, welding

November 9, 2015

Cloos has introduced Qirox laser cells for automated laser cutting and welding. Each compact, tailor-made system comprises a laser welding head, safety equipment, operating terminal, positioner, robot, flat screen with HD camera, and a preassembled media room. The cells are equipped with a...

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1 kW fiber laser cuts, welds highly reflective materials

November 2, 2015

nLIGHT has introduced a 1-kW rack-mounted fiber laser. It incorporates fail-safe back reflection isolation technology for full-power cutting and welding of highly reflective materials. The alta™ fiber laser is built with vertically integrated components and offers fast repetition rate, short...

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Laser tube cutter handles diameters from 0.008 to 0.98 in.

October 27, 2015

Amada Miyachi America Inc. has updated its Sigma laser tube cutter, which can be used with both microsecond fiber and femtosecond disk lasers. The new cutting system provides high edge quality, making it suitable for medical device applications, including a variety of tubes and stents. With 3-...

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