In recent years Fibre optic laser cutting machines have become the driving force behind the global production of sheet metal parts. WATCH NEXT VIDEO: https://youtu.be/-6JLYbaj520
The growing variety of products and smaller machines have forced manufacturers to move away from traditional methods of profiling with dies in favour of this modern fibre laser technology.
Modern laser cutters enable very high cutting performance while maintaining the ability to cut single parts and small or large batches without having to invest in expensive equipment.
Unlike the older generation of CO2 lasers, fibre lasers consume much less energy, and thanks to the shorter wavelength, the laser beam can be focused to a smaller diameter, which allows for faster cutting speeds.
Today we will see what solutions Poland manufacturer – Kimla are producing with this fibre technology.
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