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Sheet Cutting

FiberCUT RAc Compact Laser Processing Head
Laser Mechanisms Inc
Laser Mechanisms’ FiberCUT® Right Angle, Compact (RAc) laser processing head collimates and focuses a fiber-delivered laser beam and directs it along with cutting gas through its nozzle for optimal metal cutting. FiberCUT® RAc’s nozzle also senses the required tip standoff from the workpiece and automatically maintains that distance ...
  • Laser Type: Fiber
  • Laser Power: 4000 W
  • Laser Wavelength: -- nm
  • Work Area Width: -- cm
  • Work Area Length: -- cm
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FiberCUT ST Laser Processing Head
Laser Mechanisms Inc
Laser Mechanisms’ FiberCUT® Straight (ST) laser processing head collimates and focuses a fiber-delivered laser beam and directs it along with cutting gas through its nozzle for optimal metal cutting. FiberCUT® ST’s ­nozzle also senses the required tip standoff from the work piece and automatically maintains that distance through its ...
  • Laser Type: Fiber
  • Laser Power: 4000 W
  • Laser Wavelength: -- nm
  • Work Area Width: -- cm
  • Work Area Length: -- cm
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FiberCut HR Laser Processing Head
Laser Mechanisms Inc
Laser Mechanisms’ FiberCUT® HR processing head delivers cutting-edge performance for flatbed systems up to 15 kW. Featuring automatic, programmable focus with 25 mm of travel, FiberCUT® HR is a fully-sealed, purged design that minimizes downtime from any internal contamination. FiberCUT® HR goes even further using robust, ...
  • Laser Type: Fiber
  • Laser Power: 15000 W
  • Laser Wavelength: -- nm
  • Work Area Width: 2.5 cm
  • Work Area Length: 2.5 cm
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TLC Summit Gen-5
TLC International
The TLC Summit Gen-5® High-Accuracy Mechanical Rectilinear/SHAPES Glass Cutter is feature-rich equipment designed for versatility, long-term production and close dimensional tolerance afterbreak edges that require little or no polish/grind processing. It is a low-cost, single head, simple-to-operate, easy-to-maintain glass ...
  • Laser Type: Fiber
  • Laser Power: 3300 W
  • Laser Wavelength: 1064 nm
  • Work Area Width: 116 cm
  • Work Area Length: 146 cm
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Lincoln Laser heralds the release of hyperSCAN™, offering the accuracy of a traditional Galvo scan head at the speeds of a Polygon. The hyperSCAN™ scan head was developed for ultrafast PS & FS lasers used in material processing at scanning speeds of up to 200 m/s.  With Polygon line scanning and slow axis indexing along with ...
  • Laser Type: Fiber, Nd:YAG, CO2
  • Laser Power: .5 W
  • Laser Wavelength: 0.355 nm
  • Work Area Width: 16 cm
  • Work Area Length: 16 cm
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Did You know?

Laser cutting has generally three forms: fusion cutting, sublimation cutting, and photochemical ablation. Fusion cutting involves melting of the base material, which is then ejected using a high-pressure assist gas. The assist gas may be an inert gas, in which case the energy for melting is provided entirely by the laser beam. It may also be oxygen (or air), which reacts with the base metal, and the resulting exothermic reaction provides additional energy to enhance the process. Sublimation cutting is often achieved using a pulsed laser beam. It is a process in which the workpiece material is vaporized along the cutting seam. Sublimation cutting is limited to thin sections since more energy is required to remove a unit volume of material as compared to fusion cutting. However, it has the advantage of a narrower kerf width and higher edge quality. Photochemical ablation mainly utilizes ultraviolet laser, and it works effectively for organic compounds. This is because the ultraviolet photons have a energy range between 3.5 and 6.5 eV, which corresponds to the energy levels of organic molecular bonding. Hence, organic compounds tend to absorb ultraviolet radiation efficiently.