Cutting - Laser cutting machines(35)

Laser cutting is a widely spread and much appreciated cutting technique for sheet-metal cutting, marking and engraving. The most important element of these systems is obviously the laser. All types of lasers are essentially made up of three elements: 1) an external source of energy, usually a pump that conveys the energy from an external source to the laser medium in the form of radiation; 2) the active laser that, depending on the case, can be a mixture of gas (CO2 laser), a crystal body (YAG laser) or glass fibres (fiber laser); 3) the resonator, consisting of two mirrors that performs two main tasks, directing the laser beam and at the same time amplifying it. This particular technology is very appreciated because it has some advantages that make it very useful for a wide range of processes. The main advantages of laser cutting are to be found in the intensity and directionality of the laser beam. The intensity of the laser is consistent, which means that the laser beam always comes into contact with the material to be processed with the same intensity, resulting in a clean cut and without burrs. Directionality, on the other hand, thanks to the use of special lenses, allows complex and precise cutting geometries to be carried out that are difficult to obtain with other cutting methods. For these reasons, the modern metalworking industry appreciates laser cutting systems so much that they are often preferred to any other existing technology. For more information on how laser cutting works, please read our blog article: "What is laser cutting and why is it so widespread?".

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Used TRUMPF TRUMATIC L 3030 laser cutting machine

M1903079940
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TRUMPF
TRUMATIC L 3030
2001
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Used Amada LC 3015 X1 NT laser cutting machine

M1903079721
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Amada
LC 3015 X1 NT
2008
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Used TRUMPF L3050 laser cutting machine

M1903061654
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TRUMPF
L3050
2002
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Used PRIMA INDUSTRIE Rapido CP 4000 laser cutting machine

M1903056614
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Good
PRIMA INDUSTRIE
Rapido CP 4000
2015
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Used PRIMA INDUSTRIE Rapido 1 laser cutting machine

M1903056468
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PRIMA INDUSTRIE
Rapido 1
2011
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Used BYSTRONIC BySpeed 3015 laser cutting machine

M1903044952
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BYSTRONIC
BySpeed 3015
2007
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Used TRUMPF TruLaser 3030 laser cutting machine

M1903023136
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TRUMPF
TruLaser 3030
2013
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Used BYSTRONIC Bystar 3015 laser cutting machine

M1903011968
Under Power
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BYSTRONIC
Bystar 3015
2001
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Used BYSTRONIC BYSTAR 4025 NT laser cutting machine

M1903007058
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BYSTRONIC
BYSTAR 4025 NT
2003
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Used TRUMPF TRULASER 5040 laser cutting machine

M1903006826
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TRUMPF
TRULASER 5040
2008
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Used Mazak SUPER TURBO X510 MK II laser cutting machine

M1902977300
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Mazak
SUPER TURBO X510 MK II
2003
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Used Amada LC 2415AIII laser cutting machine

M1802800009
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Amada
LC 2415AIII
2004
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Used Amada LC 3015 F1 laser cutting machine

M1802799521
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Amada
LC 3015 F1
2008
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Used Mitsubishi ML 3015 EX CF R laser cutting machine

M1802798419
Under Power
Good
Mitsubishi
ML 3015 EX CF R
2013
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Used GHT G 1530 025 laser cutting machine

M1802798055
Visible
Good
GHT
G 1530 025
1999
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Used TRUMPF TRUMATIC L3050 laser cutting machine

M1802797823
Visible
Good
TRUMPF
TRUMATIC L3050
2006
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Used TRUMPF TRUMATIC L4050 laser cutting machine

M1802797523
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TRUMPF
TRUMATIC L4050
2006
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Used BAUBLYS BL 1064 500P F-C laser cutting machine

M1802794343
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Good
BAUBLYS
BL 1064 500P F-C
2017
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Used TRUMPF Trumatic L4030 laser cutting machine

M1802758598
Under Power
Good
TRUMPF
Trumatic L4030
1997
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Used Amada LC 2415 ALPHA3 laser cutting machine

M1802723734
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Good
Amada
LC 2415 ALPHA3
1999
on request
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Laser cutting is a widely spread and much appreciated cutting technique for sheet-metal cutting, marking and engraving. The most important element of these systems is obviously the laser. All types of lasers are essentially made up of three elements: 1) an external source of energy, usually a pump that conveys the energy from an external source to the laser medium in the form of radiation; 2) the active laser that, depending on the case, can be a mixture of gas (CO2 laser), a crystal body (YAG laser) or glass fibres (fiber laser); 3) the resonator, consisting of two mirrors that performs two main tasks, directing the laser beam and at the same time amplifying it. This particular technology is very appreciated because it has some advantages that make it very useful for a wide range of processes. The main advantages of laser cutting are to be found in the intensity and directionality of the laser beam. The intensity of the laser is consistent, which means that the laser beam always comes into contact with the material to be processed with the same intensity, resulting in a clean cut and without burrs. Directionality, on the other hand, thanks to the use of special lenses, allows complex and precise cutting geometries to be carried out that are difficult to obtain with other cutting methods. For these reasons, the modern metalworking industry appreciates laser cutting systems so much that they are often preferred to any other existing technology. For more information on how laser cutting works, please read our blog article: "What is laser cutting and why is it so widespread?".