New products - May 6, 2019

Fiber laser processing machine that realizes various machining

Fiber laser processing machine

「LS2512HL」

Murata Machinery

Fiber laser processing machine “LS2512HL” is based on a laser processing machine of an optical system moving type in which a laser head moves. It also adds an ability for forming machining and a tapping machining. It corresponds to a workpiece thickness of up to 6.35 mm with a 5t pressing capacity in the forming machining. It is equipped with a changer which can be stored with four tools in the tapping machining. The auto conveyor “FG2512TL” was launched at the same time, which enables labor saving of machined workpiece conveyance and sorting, which had been difficult.

Source:SEISANZAI MARKETING April 2019 issue

This article was translated by “T-4OO”.

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