The Fiber Laser Tube Cutting Machine is designed to be a comprehensive CNC laser tube cutting machine solution. With a wide range of features and capabilities, this tube cutting laser system is designed to allow users a great degree of tube forming flexibility.
Fiber Laser Tube Cutting Flexibility
The Fiber Tube Cutting Laser offers users a high degree of flexibility by combining a variety of laser processes into one machine. Angle cutting, slotting, marking, notching, and hole marking are all combined in this machine, making it an ideal solution for a wide range of applications.
The Fiber Laser Cutting Machine also offers users a number of features that expand its flexibility and capabilities. Features include:
- Capacity up to O.D. 152 mm
- Cutting Lengths up to 2000mm or 3000mm (longer lengths by request)
- Wall thickness from 0.6 - 6.0mm (Mild Steel)
- Automatic Bundle Loading System with Material Alignment
- Automatic Unloading System with Conveyor
- Equipped with 1.0 kW (Standard) or 2.0 kW (Optional) Laser Resonator
- Multi-Axis CNC Controls with Touch Screen Interface
- SOCO CAD-CAM system for Tubes and Profiles with built-in Nesting
- SOCO i2 (Intelligent interface) 3D operation software
- Cutting for round, square, rectangle and various profile shapes
- Enclosed Workstation for maximum safety
- Automatic Distance Control
- Laser Resonator Cooling and Fume extraction systems
- Automatic Compensation after measuring of material
What Optional Features are Available?
The CNC laser tube cutting machine offers users a number of optional features to improve usability and versatility. Some of the most popular features include a seam detection system, mandrel for spatter extraction, feeding and unloading length detection, and automatic laser cutting path planning.
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This post was published on July 25, 2018 and updated on July 25, 2018.