The Laserdyne 430 series of laser cutting systems from Prima Power Laserdyne is designed for cutting, welding and drilling precise 2D and 3D component workpieces. The laser cutters are available in multiple configurations ranging from three to six axes for processing workpieces in market segments requiring manufacturing flexibility, rapid prototyping and quick change-overs. The series is available with quasi continuous wave (QCW) fiber lasers ranging to approximately 20-kW for expanded capability and flexibility. According to the company, the space-efficient systems are well-suited for job shops and OEMs.
The laser cutter series can be integrated with Laserdyne's 430 BeamDirector for advanced motion and process control capabilities. When coupled with a fiber laser, the system can drill shaped holes as well as cut and weld a range of materials. It operates at speeds ranging to 20 m/min. (800 ipm) in all linear axes with bi-directional accuracy of 12.7 microns (0.0005"). It offers a 585 × 408 × 508-mm work envelope, a contouring head providing C-axis (rotary) motion ranging to 900 degrees, and D-axis (tilt) motion ranging to 300 degrees. The system’s positioning capability with rotary table provides a six-axis system. Additional features include automatic focus control, optical focus control and breakthrough detection.
The company will also display its Laserdyne 795 multi-axis laser system designed to cut, weld and drill medium- to large-volume 3D components with a minimum of setups, ensuring accuracy and minimizing total cycle time. Its moving beam motion system includes Laserdyne hardware and software features. Applications include hole drilling in combustion liners, nozzle guide vanes and blades, and trimming stamped and spun workpieces.