Are CO2 lasers taking another step toward their much-anticipated demise?
In the wake of an economic downturn, a Tulsa shop diversifies – and perseveres – with a new laser cutter
A custom manufacturer sees new light thanks to reality TV and a Mazak CO2 laser machine
Quality Industries focuses on the latest manufacturing equipment and technology to provide continuous improvement for customers
Meeting an industry need for cutting light-gauge metal with lower watt laser systems
Amada’s latest entry into the U.S. manufacturing market does what CO2 can do — and more
Material handling equipment married to laser production machines can make a huge difference in the way a company processes customer parts. Speed is essential, but more than that is the ability to be flexible and deliver parts when customers need them and at the right price.
Lights-out laser automation sets the pace for higher production
In last month’s issue, eFab Shop Magazine reviewed new developments in CO2 laser technology from five different companies – Amada America, Prima Finn-Power, Bystronic, TRUMPF and MC Machinery Systems. This month, we’ll bring you the latest from four more: Cincinnati, Ermak USA, LVD Strippit and Mazak Optonics Corp.
New features combined with reduced maintenance and faster cutting make sure CO2 lasers can still make the cut