Coil-Fed Laser-Blanking Line Headed to Georgia Metal Former

April 21, 2021

Danobat-laser-blanking-lineThe Carlsen Precision Manufacturing Center of Excellence in Rome, GA, soon will take delivery of a new coil-fed laser-blanking line from Danobat Group Sheet Metal, the first of its kind installed in the United States. The system includes Danobat’s X-Gap technology, a unique solution enabling automatic separation of parts and scrap inside the machine, said to optimize production and facilitate automatic part stacking.

Carlsen Precision, an expansion of Ontario, Canada-based hinge manufacturer Larsen & Shaw, provides a broad range of stamping and related services to customers in the industrial, vehicular, medical, commercial and architectural markets. The firm expects to install the new line in November 2021. It features a 6-kW fiber laser and can cut steel to 4 mm thick. Also included: a vision-system-equipped robotic part-unloading system that enables automatic stacking of finished parts on-the-fly. 

Danobat, based in Spain, is represented in the United States by Automated Fabrication Systems, Punta Gorda, FL.

Industry-Related Terms: Center, LASER, Scrap
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See also: Danobat

Technologies: Cutting

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