Laser-Cutting Machine Configured to Handle High G Forces

November 1, 2007

Mitsubishi Laser, Wood Dale, IL, introduces its NX series of laser-cutting machines, designed for speed, with resonators available in 4000 and 6000 W.

The Mitsubishi 700-series control achieves extreme accuracy and the ability to produce complex parts. The unit is controlled on a 64-bit, PC-based control with 15-in. touchscreen display, with improved graphics and NC design to simplify operation.

Mitsubishi’s patented three-axis cross-flow resonator design reportedly delivers the highest cutting power per watt available.

The new structural configuration of the NX allows for forces of 4 Gs or more, providing high speed while keeping the highest possible accuracy, according to company officials. A new height sensor operates at twice the speed of sensors on previous machines.

Mitsubishi Laser: 630/616-5920;

Industry-Related Terms: LASER, NC
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See also: MC Machinery Systems

Technologies: Fabrication


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