Laser burning machine

Laser burning machines are very effective for cutting metal sheets and profiles. Both ferrous and non-ferrous metals can be burned with them. Especially on stainless steel, the parting cut looks very nice without burrs and thermal deformation. The laser burning machine uses technical gases such as oxygen or nitrogen for the division process.

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We offer laser machines from a Czech manufacturer. We are able to adapt the design of the laser to the given application. You can choose from a variety of optional extras. Raptor CNC lasers will surprise you with their quality and delight you with their price. You can choose different versions of the burning laser.

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Divided materials

The industrial use of firing machines is very widespread, because almost every metal industry needs high-quality firing for further processing. Large industrial companies working with sheet metal cannot do without a burning laser. There are several materials that can be burned well:

  • Construction steel
  • Stainless steel
  • Aluminium
  • Hardox
  • Copper and brass

The performance of the laser burning machine determines both the maximum strength of the material to be split and also the maximum cutting speed. Each of the above materials has a different thermal conductivity and therefore different limits at the same performance. The quality of the burn is mainly determined by the laser head, which, when the cutting conditions are set correctly, is able to direct the beam perfectly onto the material.

Fiber laser technology

Current burning machines use new fiber laser technology. They get their name from the way the beam is guided from the laser source to the head. The generated beam of the burning laser travels through the fiber (cable) to the laser head, which works with it based on optics. Setting the parameters of the fiber laser is quite complicated, but nowadays automation works perfectly.

Modern fiber lasers normally have outputs from 1 to 20 kW and thus fully cover the demand for laser burning. The most common design is a two-pallet system with a work space cover. We recommend ordering an extractor at the same time as the laser to solve the dusty environment created during burning.