Today’s high definition plasma systems are capable of cutting metal up to 6 inches thick.
A company with diverse automation systems and experience, in many types of machinery, outlines their approach to automatic loading and unloading of their fiber laser.
Sawing Productivity is a special edition insert that will be published in the March, June, September, October and November issues of FAB Shop Magazine Direct and Welding Productivity.
After nearly losing everything in the Great Recession, a Minnesota manufacturer turned lemons into lemonade
Cutting grated material with oxyfuel has always come with a degree of difficulty, but a new plasma process offers a better way
Editor’s Note: Don Hoffman has decades of experience with laser cutters and brings to the table a combination of independence, research skills, and thoughtful analysis. Here he tackles a moving target, with appropriate care and cautions, to write a useful guide to the relative per-part costs with CO2 and fiber lasers.