Five-Axis Fiber Laser Processing Ideal for Large Parts

February 20, 2020

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Five-Axis Fiber Laser Processing Ideal for Large Parts
New from Prima Power Laserdyne, the Laserdyne 890 multi-axis laser processing system, featuring a powerful and efficient fiber laser backed by BeamDirector beam-steering technology and the S94P control, loaded with a full portfolio of Smart Techniques operating capabilities.




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AMADA Introduces the World’s First Fiber Laser Cutting System with Locus Beam Control (LBC)
AMADA’s LBC Technology creates infinite locus patterns—ensuring the optimum beam shape for each specific cutting application. This results in the highest quality cuts in both stainless and mild steel and the best edge quality in aluminum with virtually no dross. The VENTIS 3015 AJ leverages a high-brightness fiber laser oscillator to maintain optimum quality of the high-energy density laser beam. Unique cutting capabilities and exceptional speed enable the 4kW VENTIS to easily rival fiber lasers utilizing much higher wattage at a considerably lower operating cost.





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New Range of Bimetal Bandsaw Blades
Simonds Saw has launched four new bimetal bandsaw blades, promising that the blades will perform in various applications, including general-purpose cutting, production cutting, cutting of structural steel.



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Cobot Arc Welding by the Hour
At FABTECH 2019, Universal Robots offered info on the new BotX Welder, a robotic arc welding system developed by Hirebotics, Red-D-Arc, and Airgas, and utilizing a UR10e cobot. The system addresses, according to the developers, two major hurdles of robotic arc welding: ease of programming and the ease in which a fabricator can obtain the system without assuming the cost of ownership. Watch video



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Rapid, Precise Press Brake Bending
Trumpf Inc. has added the TruBend 7050 to its Series 7000 press brake offerings. The machine bends with an increased press force of 55 tons and has a bending length of 60 in. The machine also is equipped with a new system control and ergonomic features. A six-axis backgauge helps the operator precisely position components. Watch video



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Automated Part Sorting for Laser-Processed Parts
At FABTECH 2019, Mazak Optonics Corp. highlighted its latest automation technology advancement: a part sorting solution for laser-processed parts. From pallet change to sorting finished parts, the SortFlex system improves material flow through the fabrication production line resulting in increased productivity. Watch video



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Weld-Fume-Source Capture System
FumeVac highlighted its weld-fume-source capture system for dust and fume control at FABTECH 2019. Unlike other air extraction systems, the FV-500-20 with ErgoMax fume guns can meet the stringent ACGIH guidelines, as well as OSHA standards, for mitigating harmful welding fumes, including manganese and hexavalent chromium.
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Round Punch and Die Kits for Ironworking Machines
American Punch Co. has introduced Punch Paks―kits comprised of as many as 17 pairs of round punches and dies in the most common incremental sizes, depending on the user’s ironworker, available in multiple kit sizes.



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Powerful, Portable Plasma Cutter
At FABTECH 2019, Esab introduced its Thermal Dynamics-brand Cutmaster 40 manual plasma cutting system, successor to the Cutmaster 42. Designed for light construction, mechanical contracting and maintenance/repair applications among others, it weighs 22 lb., has the flexibility to use 115-230-V primary power and delivers a rated output of 40 A at 40-percent duty-cycle. Watch video


Industry-Related Terms: Die, Edge, LASER, Pallet, Bending
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