Superior performance in thin wall materials
The faster cutting speed of nitrogen assist fiber laser cutting on thin materials more than doubles machine productivity compared to any other cutting: thinner wall mild steel, stainless steel and galvanized are the materials that benefit the most from fiber laser cutting.
Zero laser maintenance required
The fiber laser does not require routine adjustments, component replacement or rebuilds. It does not consume laser gas. No need of saw blades or cutting discs. Laser beam quality is stable and consistent over time. It is ready to cut as soon as you turn it on. No warm up is required.
New materials for new opportunities
Copper and brass can be easily cut with fiber laser. Even tricky grades of aluminium and galvanized steel pipes are easily processed.
Far more efficient with much lower power consumption
The increased electrical efficiency of fiber laser technology drastically slashes the electrical consumption of the system, yielding savings on the utility bills and on the initial installation due to reduced requirements.
Minimum size, maximum production rate
FIBERSAW is small.
Occupying less floor space means having a smaller impact on the organisation of your production.
The ability to optimise the entire production flow and eliminate unneeded handling of bars and the parts frees up floor space and saves labor.
High speed processing and quality
Moving light, flexible tubes fast, without ever losing control and without the risk of jamming the loader: this is the result of our tube processing experience.
The fiber laser consolidates the cutting, measuring, brushing and washing with outstanding accuracy and repeatability. It even adds the possibility of doing more than just straight cut off. Productivity of laser cut off can be surprising! Compare the piece cost of the two systems (traditional saw and laser) and then decide what one is best for you!
Tubes of 6,2 m
Cutting Diameter : Ø16 - 120 mm
Wall thickness : 0,2 - 20 mm
Cutting lenghts :5 - 1200 mm
Cutting accuracy : +- 0,1mm
Accuracy and Precision
Auto loader included with bundle loading
Shortest Material changeover time
Automatic material allignement
Rest-part (last crop) < 40 mm
First Crop < 10 mm
DRY CUTTING - NO COOLANT
Cutting solutions with high productivity
Tube Cutting Machine: CNC fiber laser SAW for tubes and pipes
The only high speed Fiber Laser SAWING machine on the market.
Reduce your costs: Cut with light, NO SAWBLADES!
With our high efficiency Fiber laser we consume only during some fraction of seconds cutting power, while a shear of a sawing machine has a 4-6 kW Sawing motor continiouly running at full power. Our FIBERSAW consumes minimal 50% less energy than any regular high speed sawing machine!
We have the smallest cutting GAP from all sawing machines = 0,1 to 0,2 mm max. While a normal sawing machine has a loss of matrial of 2 to 3 mm for each cut. example: A sawing machine with special thin sawblade of 2,4 mm gets only 185 parts of 30 mm out of a tube of 6000 mm while we get with our FIBERSAW® 198 parts out of 6000 mm tube: Our FIBERSAW® produces 7% more parts than any other sawing machine!
The rest part (last crop) can be easily less than 40 mm, where many other Sawing machine makers AND tube laser cutting machines makers have aloss of 180 to 300 mm, FIBERSAW® guarantees the shortes losses at the end of the tube between all sawing machines!
The first crop is is less than 10 mm : saving extra material
FIBERSAW® cuts faster, more economical in material and energy and much cheaper than ANY other tube cutting machine.
LOWEST Maintenance and cutting cost in the market!!
NO SAWBLADES !
NO SAWBLADES TO REGRIND!
NO STOPPING TO CHANGE SAWBLADE
NEVER TO CHANGE SAWBLADES FOR OTHER MATERIAL OR OTHER DIMENSIONS
ONLY ONE SETUP FOR ALL MATERILAS AND ALL DIAMETERS
Lifetime of laser SOURCE > 100.000 HOURS
> More than 20 years in cutting without problems!
Customer’s increasingly complex demands for tube processing systems with diverse applications.
To remain competitive in today’s metal tube market, tube manufacturers must meet their customer’s increasingly difficult demands for tubes with diverse applications. Tubes are used in products across a broad range of industries, including automotive, aerospace, appliances, medical, health and fitness, HVAC, furniture, and storage. There are numerous applications, with more being developed all the time, resulting in various shapes, lengths, and materials. This variety does not reduce the demand for high quality, fast delivery, and competitive prices. Tube manufacturers must respond to each customer’s ever changing requirements while controlling production costs in order to achieve the margins needed to invest in their business.