Laser cutting robotics -- is it right for you?
Automated laser cutting feeds a laser beam through a fiber-optic cable and offers the flexibility to perform more than one laser cutting application. A robotic laser cutter offers the ability to improve the quality of the cuts and brings increased production speeds.
There are many robotic cutting and other material removal systems on the market today. Laser cutting, a process that feeds a laser beam through a fiber-optic cable, could be the right choice for you, depending on your needs.
Laser cutting robots, like many of the robots available today, have six axes, which allow them to move all around a part to cut or remove material, giving them freedom while also enhancing the accuracy and precision of the application.
Robotic laser cutting systems have flexibility to perform more than just the laser cutting application. These systems have versatility to operate other applications like welding and material removal.
A robotic laser cutter will improve the quality of cuts on each work piece, which will, in turn, further improve the quality of the finished product.
Quality is not the only advantage to laser cutting though – increased speed also draws consumers to this type of automation. An increase in production speed in one area can speed up production on the entire line, driving down costs while increasing revenue.
However, not every cutting application can be translated into laser cutting. Laser cutting is more appropriate for 3‑D cutting tasks, rather than a dedicated 2‑D cutting process. Along with shape, the consumer needs to take the thickness of the work piece, the coatings on the materials and the fixtures available.
For more information about laser cutting automation, contact Robots.com today online or at 877−762−6881.
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