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1/31/2011

Three-Axis Laser System

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Prima North America’s Laserdyne is a three-axis system designed for precision cutting, welding and drilling 2D and 3D components.

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Prima North America’s Laserdyne is a three-axis system designed for precision cutting, welding and drilling 2D and 3D components. The system is available with a fourth rotary/circular axis option, and a fifth tilt axis will be available this year.
 
The laser system operates at speeds ranging to 800 ipm in the X, Y and Z axes (0 to 20 m/min.) with bidirectional accuracy of 0.0005" (12.7 microns). With a 600- × 400- × 500-mm work envelope, the system is suited for processing a range of complex electronic, medical and turbine engine components, including precision-drilled fuel filters, electronic assemblies and transmission components.
 
The system features the company’s S94P system controller and a full complement of hardware/software features, including BreakThrough Detection (BTD) and Automatic Focus Control (AFC).

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