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  • Cutting LDPE
    meniscus lens in our XY cutting head. This lens provides a 0.004 " (100 micron) focused spot with a 0.07 " (1.8 mm) depth of focus. For gas assist, we chose 10 PSI of high-purity CDA (compressed dry air) delivered coaxially with the focused beam. Both black and white sheets of six mil (0.15 mm
  • Welding Stainless Steel and Inconel
    meniscus lens in our XY cutting head. This lens provides a 0.004 " (100 micron) focused spot with a 0.07 " (1.8 mm) depth of focus. For gas assist, we chose 10 PSI of high-purity CDA (compressed dry air) delivered coaxially with the focused beam. Both black and white sheets of six mil (0.15 mm
  • Drilling Aluminized Mylar
    meniscus lens in our XY cutting head. This lens provides a 0.004 " (100 micron) focused spot with a 0.07 " (1.8 mm) depth of focus. For gas assist, we chose 10 PSI of high-purity CDA (compressed dry air) delivered coaxially with the focused beam. Both black and white sheets of six mil (0.15 mm
  • Featured Application: Laser Cutting Viton (R) Rubber Gaskets
    of power at a rate of 165 inches per minute. Our laser cutting setup consisted of a Firestar f201 laser that delivered its beam through XY "flying optic " beam benders to a 63.5 mm (2.5 ") positive meniscus lens mounted in a cutting head. A 2.1 bar (30 PSI) air assist was delivered coaxially
  • Featured Application: Laser Marking PVC Extrusions using WinMark Pro's Banner Tracking Feature
    for cutting 1.14 mm (0.045 ") thick nylon webbing. The beam delivery setup for our XY cutting table consisted of a 63.5 mm (2.5 ") positive meniscus lens with a 100-micron (0.004 ") focused spot and a 1.8 mm (0.07 ") depth of field. We used 0.7 Bars (10 PSI) of clean, dry air (CDA) delivered
  • Featured Application: Laser Marking and Cutting Decorative Cards
    ") thick. To perform this application, we used our XY cutting table with "flying optic " beam delivery. The beam was focused by a 127 mm (5.0 ") positive meniscus lens to obtain a 203-micron  (0.008 ") diameter spot with a 6.35 mm (0.25 ") depth of focus. Using 80 watts of power and 1.03 bar (15 PSI
  • Featured Application: Laser Marking Plated Steel
    laser and an XY "flying optics " table. The cutting table was fitted with a 127 mm (5.0 ") positive meniscus lens that provides a 203-micron (0.008 ") focused spot with a 6.35 mm (0.25 ") depth of focus. We used an air assist at 4.1 bar (60 PSI) to eliminate bottom-side flaming through the cut
  • Featured Application: Laser Cutting Carbon Fiber Composite
    material was focused through a 2.5 " positive meniscus lens, which provided a 100-micron (0.004 ") spot with a 1.8 mm (0.07 ") depth of focus. Woven PMC material cut using an assist gas of air. Changing the assist gas to high-pressure nitrogen reduced edge charring. The first photo shows a woven

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