Industrial Laser Die Cutting Solutions
We’ve been integrating lasers into our converting systems for over 15 years. We know the advantages of converting with laser die-cutting machines and we’ve seen our customers thrive on the increased capabilities it offers. Now it’s time for you to consider using laser die cutting and giving your company an edge over the competition.
Our in-house laser testing lab gives you the ability to have your products tested on various types of laser cutting technologies. Our laser cutting experts will evaluate your materials and cutting requirements to determine which laser options will best fit your needs.
If you want more, we can do it. We’ve delivered some of the most advanced laser converting systems in production today for the most demanding markets. Cutting, ablating, rejecting? Single, dual, even 18 lasers on a single system? It’s been done and we saw it to completion. No matter your requirements, we have a solution to manufacture your product and we aren’t done until you’re making good parts.
The Edge is the perfect solution for markets that demand flexibility. This offering combines our Crusader rotary converting platform with an Edge laser module. The laser module is servo controlled and can be moved to various locations on the machine with the touch of a button. Need to run a conventional converting process? The edge laser can move up and out of the way giving your team access to 7 rotary stations, web path options are infinite.
The Flex Edge is a flexible laser platform that can be used inline or offline with various configurations to allow for production and R&D use in both roll to roll and sheet-fed. This machine is completely portable. It can be bolted inline directly to an existing Delta ModTech machine, use its telescoping arm to connect to an open station on an existing converting line or run as a standalone unit.
Laser Delivery: Galvanometer
Max Speed: 300 ft/min (91 m/min)
Cut Tolerance: Application dependent
Max Web Width: 500mm
Power: 100, 200, 300, 400, 500, 600, 1000, 2500 Watts
Wavelengths: 9.4, 10.2 and 10.6
FOV: 100 – 500 mm
Power: 10-500 watts
Wavelengths: 157 nm, 193 nm, 248 nm, 308 nm, 351 nm
FOV: 100 – 170 mm
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