Fiber laser systems for carpentry: more efficiency with high thickness too
Cutlite Penta offers high-technology solutions for the carpentry sector with fiber laser machines for metal cutting with power up to 20kW and very high quality processing.
Research in high performance technology has allowed developing laser machines for every manufacturing need from laser cutting of large-sized surfaces to 5-axis processing in space.
The low level of maintenance required and power consumption of the fiber laser makes this solution extremely cheap from both an economic and environmental point of view.
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Neat and accurate cutting in a very short time: advantages of fiber laser
The Cutlite Penta laser systems for carpentry guarantee perfect finish without any necessary second processing; our technical team has designed a particularly performing cutting head with excellent results in both stainless steel and aluminum processing and in iron processing.
The fast automatic table change and the user-friendliness of the front-end software allow considerably speeding up the manufacturing rhythms while maintaining extraordinary quality.
All of the Cutlite Penta fiber laser systems for metal use linear motors, that require little maintenance and low operating costs. That is the reason why we can offer our customers an unparalleled price-quality ratio in this sector.
Advantages of Cutlite Penta laser machines:
- Proprietary technology
- Very high-power fiber laser sources
- High-technology cutting head
- Linear motor handling
- Laser cutting up to 35-40mm thickness
- Laser systems for processing of large sizes
- Dedicated support and bespoke configurations
Advantages of the fiber laser systems for the carpentry sector:
- Better quality of processing of sheet metal
- Very high accuracy without any necessary finishing
- Cutting of previously drawn surfaces
- High processing speed
- Minimum power consumption
- Low operating and consumable costs
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