7000×2000 mmPOWER UP TO 15 kW
The LME laser system family combines the ability to operate at the highest levels of quality with high productivity and low operating costs. The systems are designed to meet the growing demand by small-medium structural metalwork companies for space-saving machines but with excellent cutting quality and precision.
LME fulfils this request while maintaining the linear motor layout with the “all in one” feature of the bigger Plus models, the same cutting head with autofocus and process sensors and the possibility of designing and programming on board the machine in order to make it as versatile as possible.
The fluid dynamics of the cutting head, designed and produced in-house by Cutlite Penta, results in high pressure cuts with a lower nitrogen consumption compared to the competition.
This results in a considerable saving in manufacturing costs. All this makes the LME laser system one of the most efficient and reliable on the market.
The base is an electro-welded steel frame which is then machined to accommodate the absolute high-precision guides and linear motors.
There are under bridge protective steel. Distance 50mm of at the bridge. There is continuous air flow and it reduces the heating of the bridge.
Y motion system:
On the H platform and machined rail system and precision gear racks
X motion system:
Work has been connected in parallel to the surface with Rack and linear rails.
The gantry frame is made up of a light, sturdy steel beam that is stiff enough to compensate for thermal expansion with no deformation. This type of configuration provides remarkable dynamic performance.
The work surface area is divided into modular sections each approximately
LASER CUTTING SYSTEMS
500 mm long, which direct the offcuts to the corresponding collection systems located beneath the frame. Each section is equipped with two suction inlets (these are switched automatically depending on the cutting path).
The work surface consists of a replaceable support grille. The same laser machine can also be used to produce the grille using a pre-installed program in the numerical control. The work grille is adaptable and can be spaced as required for improved processing material handling.
Fiber laser sources of up to 15000 W provide a great deal of versatility and make it possible to cut a multiplicity of metal types. Developed as a single system, it can be paired with a wide variety of optical fiber diameters. High efficiency, excellent beam quality and low power consumption are all hallmarks of the source.
The source is housed in a NEMA 12 cabinet which is conditioned and sealed so that it can operate even in the harshest of environments. The high degree of reliability of these sources also ensures particularly low maintenance costs