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CO2 laser or fiber laser: take your pick

Laser tube cutting machines

CO2 laser cutting systems

LT722D

LT722D

  • 2D cut
  • section up to Ø 152 mm
  • open profiles
  • automatic set-up
  • high productivity
LT823D

LT823D

  • 3D cut
  • section up to Ø 152 mm
  • open profiles
  • automatic set-up
  • high productivity
LT8

LT8

  • 3D cut
  • section up to Ø 220 mm
  • open profiles
  • automatic set-up
  • high productivity and flexibility
LT JUMBO

LT JUMBO

  • 3D cut
  • section up to Ø 508 mm
  • open profiles (even IPE, HEA)
  • automatic set-up
 

Fiber laser cutting machines

LT5

LT5

  • 2D cut
  • high-reflective material (aluminium copper brass)
  • section up to Ø 120 mm
  • compact layout
LT FIBER

LT FIBER

  • 2D cut
  • high-reflective material (aluminium copper brass)
  • open profiles
  • section up to Ø 152 mm
  • automatic set-up
  • high productivity
LC5

LC5

  • 2D cut
  • high-reflective material (aluminium copper brass)
  • combined tube and sheet cut
  • section up to Ø 120 mm
LT9 COMBO

LT9 COMBO

  • 2D cut
  • high-reflective material (aluminium copper brass)
  • combined tube and sheet cut
  • automatic set-up
  • section up to Ø 225 mm
Lasertube LT-FREE

LT-FREE

  • Five-axis system
  • Cutting of bent tubes
  • Cutting of flat sheets (1500x1000 mm)
  • Cutting of pre-assembled parts
  • Cutting of hydroformed and/or preformed parts
  • Automatic setup for high productivity and flexibility
 

The ADIGE Laser Tube Cutting technology consolidates more than six different operations into one working cycle on a single machine. ADIGE Laser Tube Cutting machines are designed to cut any hole on tubes of different sections, in a fully programmed automatic cycle, thus eliminating all traditional sawing, deburring, drilling, lining-up and removal operations carried out on conventional machines.

Traditional fixed costs of punches, clamps, tools, masks and prints are completely eliminated from the specific CAD 3D programming to manage laser tube cutting operations and from the laser beam as a universal tool.

Laser tube cutting has brought significant process and economic benefits to the fabrication and assembly of mechanical tubing into a wide range of applications. These benefits are found in three primary areas:
• improvements in productivity, with users reporting increases from 70% to 80% compared to conventional processes.
• Reductions in downstream assembly costs thanks to the possibility of obtaining stricter fabrication tolerances resulting in better fittings, simpler and easily accessible fittings and assembly fixturing.
• The high efficiency of the process and its broad flexibility put additional degrees of design freedom into the hands of product designers thereby enhancing innovation in new product development and reducing the time to market new products.

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