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Fiber Laser Processing System

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Fiber Laser Processing SystemThe 890 LASERDYNE Multi-Axis Laser Processing System from Prima Power Laserdyne is a fiber laser designed for challenging large-part welding, drilling, and cutting processes.

With BeamDirector® and a S94P control with Smart Techniques™ operating capabilities, the system features a large 96 × 72 × 36-in. work envelope for the X, Y, and Z axes. The quasi continuous wave fiber laser delivers maximum peak power equal to 10 × that of average power. The S94P controller delivers precise and controlled pulses for consistent and reliable manufacturing processing.

Its spacious gantry design configuration is useful in fixturing large and complex parts, allowing for faster and more efficient high-value part setup and laser processing.

Photonics Spectra
Feb 2020
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