The image on the right shows the basic principle of laser fusion cutting.
Laser fusion cutting uses reaction-inhibiting nitrogen or argon as the cutting gas. The nitrogen or argon is driven into the cutting joint at pressures of up to 20 bar. The specific properties of this gas cool the material and prevent any oxidation at the cutting edge.
This process is suitable for thin sheets and in situations where the workpieces must fulfill high visual requirements without further processing.
Laser fusion cutting has the advantage of producing a virtually oxide-free cutting edge. Laser fusion cutting is used if workpieces must fulfill high visual requirements without further processing.
If subsequent alterations of the material are unwanted, hygiene and laboratory engineering considerations must
also be taken into account. The (optional) LAS cut by ACSYS displays the usable machining area on the screen so that cutting layouts can be positioned with maximum precision.
Due to their compact design and high degree of flexibility, the ACSYS laser cutting centers are in a class of their own and are setting new benchmarks. Automatic distance control and highly dynamic linear motors guarantee extremely precise machining results in minimum time for sheet metal sizes up to 700 x 1000 m². Additionally, a software-controlled dividing head as a fourth rotary axis and a manually adjustable fifth axis can be used for interpolated laser cutting. This allows the machining of round parts.
Laser cutting system
A compact machine for sheet metal sizes up to 400 x 400 mm², high contour accuracy (± 20 µm), suitable for sheet thicknesses of up to 3 mm.
High-precision laser cutting
A compact machine for sheet metal sizes up to 700 x 1000 mm², maximum contour accuracy and suitable for sheet thicknesses of up 5 mm.
The solution portfolio by ACSYS is proof that technical limits are not written in stone.