laser cutting


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laser cutting

[′lā·zər ‚kəd·iŋ]
(metallurgy)
A process by which a laser beam impinges on the workpiece in order to heat and sever the piece. Also known as laser-beam cutting.
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M2 PRESSWIRE-August 13, 2019-: Global Laser Cutting Machine Market Outlook (2019-2023) with Sales Data for Fiber, Solid-State, Diode, and Other Products
II-VI Incorporated has introduced the latest release of its Bimo-FSC laser cutting head that is rated for 15kW of laser power.
- laser source: laser beam source with at least 900 watts, - laser cutting system should be able to separate pmma with 15 mm, stainless steel with 3 mm, and aluminum with min.
Spartanics continues to raise the bar in the ever evolving converting industry with unsurpassed in-line and offline laser cutting solutions for the label and packaging markets.
Hanover-based industrial laser cutting systems and software maker Hypertherm has formed Hypertherm Ventures, a new corporate venture capital arm.
During the laser cutting process there are many variables.
Compared to conventional laser cutting tables, the company says Laser-Coil machines can achieve yield rates in the 60,000-piece range, where replacing traditional blanking stations starts looking more favorable.
Recently, Cadence purchased a new CL900 Cincinnati laser cutting machine and completed its installation.
Orlando, FL, November 22, 2017 --(PR.com)-- Laser Photonics' New Titan Express Fiber Laser Cutting System.
The first paper of the session--from Antonio Olmos (Fabricia Nacionai de Moneda y Timbre)--focussed on laser cutting of the euro banknote paper for the windowed foil and showed how the high speed laser cutting process was selected over a mechanical process to incorporate the windows into the paper for the foil window.
Runners-up were Lorax Compliance Ltd and Subcon Laser Cutting.
Sculpteo has added advanced laser cutting and engraving services to its growing suite of digital manufacturing and prototyping solutions.

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