Graphic Format Supported:AI, DWG, DXF, DXP, PLT
Cutting Thickness:depending on laser power
CNC or Not:Yes
Cooling Mode:Air Cooling
Place of Origin:Anhui, China (Mainland)
Driving system and Motor:YASKAWA SERVO
Guide rail:HIWIN, Taiwan
Cutting length:200-6000 mm
Minimum cutting width:0.02-0.08 mm
Diameter of tube:20-210mm
is mainly used for cutting pipe, tube and oval tube,triangle pipe, angle and channel with high-efficiency and high-precision.It has wide application in kinds of industry like: fitness equipment, tube industry, medical equipment, stainless steel furniture, automobile, oil equipment, etc.
|Name||Pipe and Box Section Cutting Machine|
|Machine model||smart KJG-1530D|
|Machine Body||Fin CNC, China, 6 meters effective working length, welded by 16-20MM steel plate,heat treatment of whole structure after welding.|
|Driving system and Motor||YASKAWA|
|Minimum cutting width||0.02-0.08 mm|
|Maximum cutting thickness||depending on power of laser|
|Diameter of tube||20-210 mm|
|Available cut pipe shape||Circular,rectangular, oval,angle, channel etc.|
|Cutting length||200-6000 mm|
|Chucks ( Front and back)||Pneumatic chucks, automatic centering|
|Pneumatic supporting system||5 sets, suitable for pipes of different diameters ranging from 20-200mm|
|Electricity requirements||380/50,60 V/HZ|
|Total Power||35 KW|
|Voltage stabilizer||Zhengtai, China, Suitable for 50 KVA,50HZ|
|Graphic Format Supported||PRO/E.UG, Solidworks,etc|
|Material available||Carbon steel, stainless steel,copper, brass,aluminum|
|Total Weight||12 tons|
Q:How a Fiber Laser Works?
A:While many of our clients know that they have need of a laser, many don’t actually know how a fiber laser works! So whether you’re new to the industry, or you’re just looking to brush up on your knowledge and learn something new on how fiber lasers work, then this article is for you!
Q:What is a fiber laser?
A: fiber laser is a laser where the active medium being used is an optical fiber that has been doped in rare elements; typically, erbium, ytterbium, neodymium, thulium, praseodymium, holmium or dysprosium. While you don’t need to worry too much about which rare-earth elements have been used, the main thing to note is that it is fiber that is being used at the centre of this laser machine.
This is different to the two other main types of laser, which are gas lasers (typically uses helium-neon or carbon dioxide) and crystal lasers (using Nd:YAG). Fiber lasers are the newest type of laser to hit the market, with many arguing that it is the more beneficial of the three types.