This shop welded the seam and cut 100 million holes in 12,100 torches – in six months. That's not all. Check out the automotive parts they're making.
How do you choose the appropriate laser for your marking applications? Here are several factors that must be considered and how they impact the end results.
Fiber laser cutting systems are sweeping through metal fabrication shops because they are faster, more consistent, more cost effective, and more competitive.
The single mode fiber laser marker has best-in-class beam quality that translates to fine marking capabilities plus effective micromachining for drilling, cutting, scribing, ablation for a variety of applications.
Automated handling dilutes sheet metal fabrication costs in this shop with lights-out running and quick changes between jobs.
They now offer laser marking for etching and engraving into metals and ceramics.
This improves sales and service support for both companies, along with innovative new products to meet future customer needs.
Their new 3 kW fiber laser allows them to better service existing jobs and expand offerings of short runs of metal parts.
Here is some of the latest metal forming and fabrication equipment to help your shop become more competitive.
The simple, safe and robust TruMark Station 3000 workstation from TRUMPF is ideal for shops with small or medium batch sizes that want to integrate the marking process into their production lines.
The large table Impuls 6020 CO2 laser cutting system from LVD Strippit has an optional nozzle changer with storage for ten nozzles to reduce piercing times and increase overall throughput.