Posted on March 2, 2012 - ( views)
Developed and manufactured by Hypertherm, the 2.0 kW HFL020 and the 1.0 kW HFL010 join the previously introduced 1.5 kW fully-integrated fiber laser system designed specifically for cutting applications, including marking and fine-feature cutting. They deliver performance on a wide range of applications and consistent cut quality across a number of material types including brass and copper and thicknesses up to 16 mm on mild steel. The new laser systems offer higher cut speeds, lower operating costs and higher productivity than CO2 laser or plasma on material thicknesses below 6 mm. High cut quality and tolerances for fine-feature cutting are provided on materials from under 1 mm to plate thicknesses. The systems can be easily integrated and installed onto existing cutting tables, even tables that already have a plasma torch.
4704 SE Roosendaal
For cutting thin stainless steel
105A, for cuting & gouging
For Kaliburn Spirit plasma cutting systems
In straight design
Available in hand and machine versions
Last twice long as OEM consumables
with greater durability
edge cutting up to 80mm
compact, light and using minimal energy
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