Industrial cutting

  • 30-Jun-2008 09:34 EDT


The Titan FLS 48 high-power fiber laser cutting system from Laser Photonics comes with a single-pallet shuttle table and can perform large-scale industrial cutting jobs. It is suited for applications such as aircraft skin fabrication and cutting of stainless and mild steel, aluminum, and opaque plastics. The system offers high power with a small heat-affected zone, allowing it to cut highly reflective metals such as aluminum with high speed and accuracy. It can cut intricate designs with superior edge quality. The high-power, maximum throughput laser cutting system uses about the same amount of power as three vacuum cleaners. It features a 2000 to 5000 W upgradable fiber laser, Class I safety enclosure, and direct-drive motion control platform.

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