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Jenoptik presents 3D metal cutting laser in Fabtech 2015

At Fabtech 2015, North America’s largest trade event for metal process technology, Jenoptik can demonstrate its laser machine series for 3D metal cutting in Hall North 2, booth 6087 from November 9 to 12 at McCormick Place in Chicago, Illinois (US).

 

Laser cutting permits an extremely efficient process of complicated metal components. The non-contact method minimizes prices caused by set-up time or tool wear. JENOPTIK-VOTAN BIM is designed for processing of a range of metal operating components, even though the manufacturer processes on just one laser machine, as a result of there’s no have to be compelled to use special cutting dies as throughout the traditional process. With a repeat accuracy of up to fifty µm, this laser machine ranks among the foremost precise systems of its category. Moreover, the axis movement of the robot’s laser arm are up to 60 percent quicker than those of the present robot standards, therefore giving a considerably shorter cycle time compared to alternative robot systems.

The system conception of the JENOPTIK-VOTAN BIM series is based on a beam guide within the mechanism. It permits using laser sources with an influence of up to four kW power while not having to use a complex external beam guide. At a similar time, the laser beam path prevents the laser beam from pumping effects, guaranteeing a stable beam quality. This approach permits Jenoptik to deliver its customers a technological competitive advantage.

With its metal cutting laser machine series, Jenoptik serves the automotive trade by cutting e.g. complicated automobile body and structural components furthermore as hydro-formed tubes, getting used for exhaust systems or car body rail manufacturing. JENOPTIK-VOTAN BIM is easy to integrate into production lines or combined process units.

 

Watch a live demonstration of the mechanism at Jenoptik’s booth 6087 in Hall North two at the Fabtech trade event from nine to twelve November.

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