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Portable Fiber Laser System

Photonics.com
Jun 2008
GNW International LLCRequest Info
 
STONEHAM, Mass., June 30, 2008 – GnW International has developed a portable and versatile Ytterbium fiber laser system that is ideal for marking, engraving, drilling and micro-processing applications.

The OFB-20 is designed for use either on a stand-alone workstation or it can be integrated into and existing production line.

GNW-Lasers.jpgAccording to GnW, the OFB-20’s unique features include a hand-held operator control box with lasting “Start,” “Stop,” and “Emergency Stop” buttong, which are convenient for production and all-in-one compact control module.

The OFB-20 is air-cooled and only uses 300W of single phase electricity, and requires no maintenance.  MTBF of the laser is > 50,000 hours. Standard configuration uses a 20W Q-switched fiber laser with 4.7” x 4.7” marking field.

A red pointing beam and optical back-reflection blocker are included. System includes reliable and proven graphical window based laser processing software. Options include manual or auto Z axis with an indicator and a large work table, auto rotary axis, and Class I enclosure.

For more information, visit: www.gnwLaser.com

GnW International LLC
P.O. Box 80-534
Stoneham, Mass. 02180
Phone: (781) 492-4417



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