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Product Spotlight Slideshow: Laser & Waterjet Machining

New equipment from laser and waterjet machine builders emphasizes flexibility and versatility.

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Flip through the Modern Equipment Review Spotlight on laser and waterjet machining in November’s issue, and you might notice evidence of a current industry trend: Builders are creating machines that can perform multiple processes. Examples include:

  • Esab’s Hydrocut LX, a combination waterjet and plasma cutting system;
  • Trumpf’s TruLaser Cell 3000, a laser cutting and welding machine; and
  • Tsugami’s S206-II, a Swiss-type lathe that’s also equipped with a laser cutting system.

For photos of these machines and other laser/waterjet equipment, view the slideshow here

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