Pressure to manufacture products in shorter time periods and at lower costs is growing in conventional Beam, tube and profile cutting.
With the laser, entire process steps are no longer necessary, and this means immediate savings for any constructor.
You expand your part spectrum and your range of customers at the same time.
Our Beam, tube and profile laser’s versatility makes it possible to produce small lot sizes quickly and efficiently and offers the flexibility needed to tackle custom jobs.
The broadened spectrum of design possibilities offered by laser cutting gives both constructor and their clients a clear competitive edge over conventional methods.
Automatic 3D laser cutting solution specifically designed for long, heavy tube and profile work. It is often used in the construction industry to create building structures, heating and ventilation systems, and cranes. 3D Cutting wide variety of tubes –round, square, rectangular. As well as H, I and L shapes Optional chain conveyor for easy loading of larger quantities of material for continuous operation. The 4 jaw Chucks System design can clamp a variety of material shapes without needing to change jaws, therefore reducing machine set-up time
More efficiency and less power consumption
The increased electrical efficiency of fiber laser technology drastically slashes the electrical consumption of the system which means a monthly savings on your utility bills and a reduction in the initial investment in electrical equipment and services.
Superior performance on thinner materials
The faster speed of nitrogen fiber laser cutting on thin walled more than doubles machine productivity compared to CO2: mild steel and medium thickness stainless steel are the materials that typically benefit the most from fiber laser technology.
No laser maintenance needed
The fiber laser does not require routine maintenance or rebuilding procedures. No laser gas is needed. Laser beam quality is stable over time and is available immediately upon start up.
New materials and new opportunities
Copper and brass, materials which were off-limits with CO2technology can be easily cut with fiber laser. Even tricky to cut aluminum and galvanized steels have no limits. Fiber technology offers new opportunities and a more robust production method for difficult materials.