Laser Photonics Corp Announces Major Improvements in Laser Cutting Technology for its Titan FX
Latest advancements in Laser Photonics' technology overcome cutting limitations intrinsic to reflective metals
By: Laser Photonics
The most widely-used conventional laser cutting machines incorporate C02 lasers, and have proven less effective when used to process certain metals and reflective materials. Due to their highly-reflective nature, a large number of metals and materials cannot be efficiently cut with conventional CO2 lasers, including aluminum, copper, and brass. When processed by a C02 laser, these metals reflect a majority of the laser power, causing equipment damage due to back reflections. These metals are either impossible to cut with a C02 laser, or produce extremely low-quality results.
Industries which use these metals, including manufacturers of construction equipment, aluminum vehicles, kitchenware, copper and brass gaskets, food processing equipment of any kind, and materials used in the aerospace and defense industries can now avail of advanced laser cutting capabilities.
Laser Photonics' latest laser cutting technology benefits from the company's unique understanding of material behavior at transition temperatures—
When compared to a C02 laser of equal wattage, Laser Photonics laser cutting technology is three times faster when cutting stainless, mild, or galvanized steel. Power consumption by Laser Photonics laser equipment is less than one quarter the consumption of a comparable C02 cutting system, and Laser Photonics equipment has a much longer lifetime. Additionally, the Laser Photonics laser is maintenance-
"More than ever, manufacturers need to find ways to improve quality, speed, and their financial bottom line, and there is a dramatic increase in demand for laser cutting machines that can efficiently work with reflective metals," said Dmitriy Nikitin, CTO and interim CEO of Laser Photonics Corporation. "We are tremendously pleased to offer the most advanced laser cutting technology to a larger section of manufacturers than ever before, and we are grateful for the opportunity to support the rapid growth of these industries."
Laser Photonics' advanced laser cutting technology is currently incorporated into the new models of the Titan FX line of large, flat-bed laser cutting machines, and is scheduled to be included as optional equipment in all cutting, marking, and engraving products available under the Laser Photonics brand during Q2 2016.
About Laser Photonics Corporation
Laser Photonics designs laser-based material processing technologies for advanced industrial manufacturing and manufactures state of the art equipment utilizing those technologies. The company products empower manufacturers in the areas of application-
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Lisa Willis – Product Marketing Manager