This affordable micro-machining laser is ideal for cold micro-machining of 3D forms, 2D shapes and PCD, CVD-D, CBN, tungsten carbide, rubies, natural and man-made diamonds, and many other exotic and hard-to-machine materials.
Laser Machining Technologies, LLC (Caro, MI), a division of Laser Marking Technologies, LLC, will unveil its Diamond™ Series machine in Booth N-6676 at IMTS 2012.
The Diamond™ Series is the most affordable, micro-machining laser for cold micro-machining of 3D forms, 2D shapes and for many types of materials including, but not limited to, PCD, CVD-D, CBN, tungsten carbide, rubies, natural and man-made diamonds, and many other exotic and hard-to-machine materials.
This laser achieves surface precision in all depth ranges with continuous in-process monitoring and surface qualities up to 0.8 um (0.00003 in). It has a swiveling monitor for easy setup, yet positions flat against the machine surface to save space.
The system remains thermally stable with a solid granite base and allows for rapid prototyping with easy-to-use software that imports 3D files with ease. www.laserPCD.com
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