German Machine Tools of America (GMTA) (Ann Arbor, MI) is representing the full line of Stiefelmayer GmbH (Denkendorf, Germany) machines in North America. Electrical-optical efficiency of approximately 30 % and outstanding beam quality enable the Stiefelmayer laser to cut precision shapes in thin substrates such as mild steel, stainless, copper and brass. Motor laminations are a particular specialty, making the machine excellent for producing components for the U.S. electric vehicle industry.
The machine’s Y axis and attachment parts are made from lightweight carbon to increase speed and efficiency. Virtually wear-free X/Y-axis linear motors ensure cutting path accuracy with a straight movement that minimizes vibration.
The 1 kW Stiefelmayer effective S features a 1,250-mm-x-1,250-mm cutting table. Axis paths: 1,260 mm (X), 1,260 (Y) mm, 50 mm (Z).
The Stiefelmayer effective L (1 kW and 2 kW) has two adjacent tables with three-sided access to enhance flexibility. One 1,250-mm-x-1,250-mm table with completed parts can be moved out, unloaded, and reloaded while the other table moves into working position. Coupling the tables achieves a table size of 2,500 mm x 1,250 mm.
Featuring high feedthrough and long Z axes, the Stiefelmayer effective M is a cost-effective alternative to 5-axis 3D processing for many tasks. Designed to cut formed components or parts in fixtures as well as sheet metal and material strips, it offers a table size of 1500 mm x 1500 mm and large sliding doors for convenient access. The table can be extended to facilitate loading and unloading of parts.
Stiefelmayer’s blue effective energy-saving technology lowers the machine’s carbon footprint and saves customers money.
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