The eX 2D laser is designed for decreased running costs, eco-friendly power and gas consumption and increased productivity, the company says. Its compact design provides a small footprint without reducing table size.
Also on display, the company’s HVII 2D hybrid laser is designed to ease setup, expand the processing area, enhance productivity and improve operability and maintenance compared to previous models. Travel in the Z axis also is faster, cutting part-to-part transition time, and a larger stroke in the Z axis enables pre-formed parts to be loaded and cut.
The VZ series of 3D lasers use the company’s resonator technology to decrease the time and manpower required to produce complex parts. According to the company, this provides accuracy and cost efficiency.
The company also offers the MX machine, which is designed for speed; the Cross Flow Resonator (CFR), which reduces rise time/fall time of square wave pulse; and its waterjet, among others.