Laser processing head engineered for 3-D robotic cutting

August 30, 2012

Laser Mechanisms has introduced the new FiberCut right-angle, compact (RAc) laser processing head. It is nearly 30 percent smaller and lighter than the original FiberCut.

Engineered for 3-D robotic cutting with a fiber-coupled laser, the compact, low-moving-mass head minimizes inertia transfer to the robot support arm. All connections to the head enter at a right angle, including the fiber, providing tight access to parts, simplified cable routing, and stress reduction on the input fiber.

The system consists of the cutting head; fiber collimator; linear drive with position measuring; and an internal, low-noise height sense system that is insensitive to cutting plasma or piercing debris.



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