Tag Archive for Laser cutting

New opportunities six meters in length

Six meters: the length of a delivery van – or an adult alligator. Or a sheet that the TruLaser 3060 fiber can cut. This new oversize format machine from the TRUMPF 3000 series can process sheets as large as 6 x 2.5 meters. This means that users of the TruLaser 3060 fiber can acquire more orders for particularly large workpieces. Alternatively, the large working range enables sequential automated handling of four medium-format sheets – even if they differ in thicknesses and material.

BySmart Fiber: Now with automation

Bystronic expands the BySmart Fiber laser cutting system with suitable automation solutions. Customers now have the choice between the ByTrans and the Byloader.

Twice the cutting speed

Higher cutting speed = higher laser power. This formula has been more than just a rule of thumb. But TRUMPF engineers have now severed the correlation between speed and kilowatts. The fruit of their labor? The Highspeed and Highspeed Eco cutting processes.

The reloading genius

With the ByTrans Cross, Bystronic proves how versatile automation in the field of laser cutting can be. The new loading and unloading solution speeds up the material flow and offers the freedom for manual interventions at any time.

The highly-regarded SUPER TURBO-X is Now available with a fiber laser

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The new SUPER TURBO-X 3015 Fiber series is the latest generation of Mazak’s highly popular SUPER TURBO-X lasers, which have sold more than 4,000 machines in Europe since 1990. Until now, the SUPER TURBO-X has always been a CO2 laser, but the latest machine utilises fibre laser technology to deliver faster cutting times and lower running costs.

KUKA flexibleCUBE laser expands product portfolio

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KUKA Industries has enlarged its product family: Besides the KUKA flexibleCUBE arc (the compact welding cell for automated arc welding), the KUKA flexibleCUBE laser is also available immediately for customers.

Radbend Begins And Ends Radan Returner’s Process

Laser cutting on a fully automated Bystronic Fiber 3kw machine driven by Radan, now takes precedence over punching, for a leading manufacturer of sheet metal welfare units for construction site and road workers.