Laser cutting system

  • 04-Feb-2009 07:45 EST
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PRIMA North America's OPTIMO is a five-axis, 3-D laser cutting and welding system. With a split cabin design that provides maximum productivity, OPTIMO offers a large working volume with a compact architecture, along with easy and ample access to the workpiece. OPTIMO features a direct-drive head that requires no gears or complex kinematics, removing any backlash o­r wear. Three independent axes provide a high speed of 1.5 rev per second and a rotating axes accuracy of 0.005º.  The axes are completely modular in design for reliability and easy maintainability. OPTIMO includes the CV5000 laser resonator for exceptionally high cutting speeds and the ability to process thicker materials as well as produce cut quality with a reduced heat-effected zone.

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