Cincinnati Inc.’s new CLX fiber laser machine is an automation-ready 3-m-by-1.5-m and 4-m-by-2-m dual pallet powerhouse with half the total frame weight of previous iterations. Users get the intuitive and powerful control, dual 22-in. touchscreen monitors and four interior cameras with different aspect ratios. The light source is an nLight 15-kW Corona laser. The company added predictive technology as well, allowing users to easily maintain rather than repair. Beckhoff added IoT integration, remote communication with the machine and useful software help tools. Laser Mechanisms’ software package lets operators track what’s going on with the head in real time.