Cutlite Penta CO2 and fiber laser systems can cut metallic materials of various kind.
Cutlite Penta laser systems are designed for CO2 and fiber cutting of various metallic materials such as iron, stainless steel, aluminum, anodized aluminum, galvanized aluminum. Brass and copper can be cut only by fiber.
The procedure, while very simple and straightforward, offers high resolution and sharpness.
The cut material does not require any subsequent retouching, with considerable savings of time and money.
Our laser cutting systems are suitable for use in a wide range of applications and guarantee excellent productivity even on complex geometries.
An example is the fashion accessories sector, which needs small machines but with excellent speed and precision performance. Cutlite satisfied this requirement with systems that can design and program directly on the machine, thus making it even more versatile.
An important contribution that the fiber laser has made compared to CO2 is the elimination of optical paths, thus avoiding the many elements of contour previously needed.
The advantages of fiber laser cutting on metal
Laser cutting does not require any direct contact with metal, so there is no risk of damaging it;
The installation of cutting machines at the customer's premises is fast, so that you don't waste precious time in production;
All types of metal can be cut
The absence of optical path makes maintenance virtually non-existent
Reduced energy and power consumption
Reduced costs compared to CO2 with the same power output
Our fiber laser engraving systems meet the increasingly pressing demand from the market of code marking and/or identification logos, which can be directly performed on the material being cut. This process is carried out without removing the material from the cutting table, thus eliminating any repositioning downtime and making it easier for the operator to identify the pieces to be collected on the cutting table.
The advantages of fiber laser engraving on metal
An engraving made by the fiber laser can be precise in every detail;
Marking does not require any direct contact with metal, so there is no risk of damaging it;
Marking is performed in a few seconds and can be carried out on all materials that can be machined through a fiber head (mild steel, stainless steel, copper, brass, etc.).