Fiber Laser Automation | Automatic Loading And Unloading
Fully automatic loading and unloading assembly line
- Better beam quality: smaller focused spot, finer cutting lines, smooth kerf, beautiful appearance, no distortion, higher efficiency. Better quality of processing.
- Choose the well-known fiber laser. The light guide system is composed of fiber. There is no single lens in the laser generator. The use of the process does not require maintenance. The core technology of imported lasers is more compact for easy integration, no start-up time, high power density, better optical patterns—cutting-edge manufacturers.
- Lower maintenance costs: no laser operating gas; fiber optic transmission, no mirrors required; significant maintenance cost savings.
- The use of professional software allows for the timely processing of various graphics and text, which is easy and convenient to use.
- Frog hopping motion improves cutting efficiency. Cut back allows the operator to return instantly if a missed cut is detected. Line/arc interpolation and cutting seam compensation function. Software with manual or automatic nesting function.
- High cutting precision and dimensional accuracy. With a flat and clean-cut, no burrs, and minimal material loss.
- The machine is equipped with two pneumatic chucks in the front and rear, and a pneumatic chuck in the middle and the three chucks can be clamped and cut at the same time with high cutting precision.
- It can achieve tailstock-free cutting, saving production costs, and improving production efficiency.
- The simplification of the Fieldbus system structure makes the control system, from design, installation, and operation to regular production operation and maintenance, reflect the system’s advantages. Superiority.
|Weight of the whole machine (KG)||6200||17600||10500|
|External dimensions (mm)||8740*4050*1870||10860*4550*1870||15110*4550*1870|
|Workbench exchange mode||Pan and swap up and down||Pan and swap up and down||Pan and swap up and down|
We mainly used cutting a 0.5mm-25mm carbon steel plate, 0.5mm-20mm stainless steel plate, galvanized plate, electrolytic plate, and stainless steel sheet. Silicon plate, 0.5mm-16mm aluminum alloy, 0.5mm-14mm brass, and various other metal materials (thickness and materials). (related to lasers)
Maximum running speed: 100m/min
X/Y positioning accuracy: ±0.08mm/m
X/Y repeatability: ±0.02mm
Laser power: 1000W-6000W
Operating temperature of the machine: 0℃-40℃
Operating humidity of the machine:<90%
Transmission method: Precision rack and pinion
Loading and unloading method: automatic
Exchange high and low tables with automatic loading and unloading can save time.
Integrated full-surround design reduces laser radiation
Dedicated receiving area for added security
ATLANTA rack and pinion for better stability.
Numerical control for faster machining speeds
High-speed movement, faster knife
Compared to traditional processes, no molds are required.
CAD import immediately can cut the finished product.
Cutting thick plates like iron to mud
All steel plate welding bed. T6 heat treatment. Keep no deformation. Exquisite for material selection (imported gear rack, flange reducer, Rake IPG laser global strategic partner), tidy and orderly layout slot line is safer.
Close to zero error, more accurate, ruler
Laser dry measuring instrument to achieve 0.01 accuracy (a hair’s breadth of error). Seven-axis pulling material cutting machine pipe cutting accuracy of up to 20 Within wire, zero tailing
Each screw is tightly locked according to standard torque
The mounting of each gear is controlled within the range of accuracy
Precision control within 0.01mm for every two rack splice Every steel plate welding machine must perform excellent welding and Meticulous grinding. Every plate welding machine is stress relieved by T6 heat treatment.
Each tempered steel plate welding machine is machined by an imported gantry machining center to ensure straightness and flatness.
After installation and commissioning, the equipment should be calibrated and compensated by the laser interferometer produced by the API company. To ensure the walking accuracy and repeat positioning accuracy of the factory equipment.
Helping the manufacturing industry to become more efficient and empowered to achieve smart manufacturing
Widely used in machinery manufacturing, elevators, sheet metal, kitchen equipment, chassis and cabinets, machine tool equipment, electrical equipment, lighting hardware. (a) The following industries: advertising signs, auto parts, display equipment, various metal products, sheet metal cutting, and processing.
What is laser programming?
Laser programming is an improved method of burning and erasing information in digital media, such as CD’s and DVD’s. It can also be used to etch graphics onto physical objects, such as jewelry.
Traditional methods of recording data or graphics on a disc involve burning tiny holes into the surface of the disc, which becomes read as a 0 , while the absence of a hole becomes a 1 . This is called “burning” or “burning an image”, and its name comes from the idea of burning holes into the disc. Laser programming, on the other hand, is done by erasing bits (or turning them to 1 ) with lasers.
This method has several advantages over the traditional method of burning or erasing with lasers. For example, it is possible to revert data programming by exposing the disc to strong heat, which can easily be done in a household oven.
Another advantage is that laser programming does not require special hardware or software. Any CD/DVD drive that supports multisession discs (basically any modern drive) can be used to program discs. It is also possible to create backups of the burnt programming data by writing an image file created with special software onto a multisession disc.
More information about laser programming, including how it works, advantages and disadvantages, can be found on these sites:
Why does this matter?
Laser programming is a very interesting method of data storage that allows anyone to create custom discs, such as programming discs. This means that it is much easier to program and burn data than using traditional methods, and creates extremely durable and long lasting data storage discs.
The information below covers how laser programming works: the different types of optical media it can be used on; how to create images for programming discs; how to program discs, and various software packages that can be used.
How much does a laser system cost?
It depends on the type of system. Generic laser pointers can be bought for as little as 10€, while high power lasers are often used for hobbyist applications and cost around 2000€.
Is a laser cutter a good investment?
Laser cutters are useful for small jobs, but can often be replaced with a 3D printer. Laser cutters are much more expensive than 3D printers, and it is possible to create just about any geometry using a 3D printer rather than a laser cutter.
A low cost open source solution for cutting vector graphics with lasers is the Camatte57 (see the Camatte section on this page for more information).
A laser can be used to cut materials such as wood, paper and plastic. A high power laser is really needed for cutting through thicker materials such as metal or glass.
How does a laser cutter work?
Laser cutters are similar to a computer printer. It creates an image by melting materials with a laser, and this process is called ablation. The image to be cut or engraved is created as vector graphics on a computer, and converted to a format that can be used by the software on the laser cutter (usually Gerber). Then, this file is sent to the laser cutter, which uses a laser (either CO2 or fiber) to ablate the material that is underneath where the image is located.
What software is used for laser cutting?
Most laser cutters come with an application to create vector graphics for the laser cutter. However, there are many better programs available that can be used instead, such as Adobe Illustrator. Other software is also available for converting files to formats usable by laser cutters (for example, CamBam).
What is the best software for laser cutting?
Vector graphic editors such as Adobe Illustrator or CorelDraw are very useful for laser cutting. These applications can be used to create vector graphics, which is the best way to design pieces to be cut with a laser cutter.
Image-to-gcode conversion programs are also available, which allow creating images for engraving on a computer using a normal digital camera. These pieces of software take a picture as an input and create gcode that can be used by laser cutters for engraving the image on wood, plastic or other materials.
G-Code is a language widely used in Computer Numerical Control (CNC) machines such as laser cutters, milling machines or 3D printers.
Are laser cutters profitable?
Not in general. Laser cutters are expensive and require a high initial investment, and the markup on materials is very low. However, laser cutters can be used together with 3D printers to create custom pieces of jewelry or other small objects that would not be profitable if manufactured conventionally – see the section below for more information about this.
How is a laser cutter controlled?
Most laser cutters are controlled with Gcode which is a textual language used to tell CNC machines how they must operate. There are several programs available that can be used for laser cutting, including Adobe Illustrator and CorelDraw, but these applications are meant for creating images not CNC code. To use vector graphic software, the image must be exported to a format that can be used by the laser cutter.
Other software packages, such as Vectric Cut2D and Cut3D (http://www.vectric.com/) and CamBam (http://cam.autodesk.com/), can be used for converting images to Gcode which can be used by the laser cutter.
Which software is commonly used for driving the laser cutter?
Most laser cutters are controlled with Gcode which is a textual language used to tell CNC machines how they must operate. There are several programs available that can be used for laser cutting, including Adobe Illustrator and CorelDraw, but these applications are meant for creating images not CNC code. To use vector graphic software, the image must be exported to a format that can be used by the laser cutter (this is usually done with Gerber RS-274X).
Other software packages, such as Vectric Cut2D and Cut3D (http://www.vectric.com/) and CamBam (http://cam.autodesk.com/
How much does a CNC laser cost?
CNC lasers cost about $10000. The laser tube, which is the most expensive part of a CNC laser cutter, costs up to $5000.
What is laser EDM?
Laser EDM, or Electrical Discharge Machining, is an additive manufacturing process in which a high-powered laser removes material from a conductive workpiece.
In this technique, a computer controls the motion of the wire and the wire speed. The wire is fed through two spools that control its path and rate of material removal. As the wire moves through the coolant, it becomes electrically charged because of friction. The positive charge attracts negatively charged electrons from the work piece, creating a conductive plasma field near the tip of the wire. This plasma field is what does all of the cutting by eroding away material in its path.