9/14/2015

Laser System Uses CO2, Fiber Sources for Process Versatility

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Celebrating the series’ 10th anniversary, Trotec Laser will display its Flexx dual-source laser system, which combines a fiber laser and a CO2 laser in one system for process efficiency and reduced equipment overhead.

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Celebrating the series’ 10th anniversary, Trotec Laser will display its Flexx dual-source laser system, which combines a fiber laser and a CO2 laser in one system for process efficiency and reduced equipment overhead. The CO2 laser cuts and engraves a variety of materials including plastic, wood, rubber and glass, while the fiber laser marks plastics and metals, eliminating the need to use and maintain separate systems to process jobs that require both laser types.

Flexx systems are available in more than 30 configurations at power levels ranging to 120 W for CO2 lasers and 50 W for fiber lasers. The systems are equipped with the company’s Job Control workflow software.

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