New Prima Power Laserdyne Laser for Chinese Tech. Center

July 1, 2015

Prima Power Laserdyne, Champlin, MN, is set to install a Laserdyne 430BD laser system at the new Prima Power Technology Center in Suzhou, China. The center will provide laser process development for Asian customers seeking solutions to a range of fabricating challenges. The six-axis system will be equipped with a 15-kW QCW fiber laser and demonstrate precision cutting, welding and drilling in a range of materials. Designed to be used for 2D and 3D components, the system operates at speeds to 800 in./min. in the x, y and z axes with bi-directional accuracy of 0.0005 in. throughout its large work envelope. An optional, fully integrated and interpolated sixth-axis rotary table extends the size of components that can be processed in the system.

The Laserdyne 430BD includes a full complement of hardware and software features for integrated control of the laser, motion and process sensors. The high level of integration provides greater process control and flexibility and is the basis for capabilities that affect processing speed and quality of laser-processed components.

A full staff of Chinese-speaking engineers, salespeople and management personnel will coordinate Laserdyne’s participation in the center.
Industry-Related Terms: Center, Hardware, LASER
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See also: Prima Power Laserdyne, LLC

Technologies: Cutting, Welding and Joining


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