The CO2 laser machine XL-3200 with a processing area of 2,270 x 3,200 mm (89.3" x 126") is the largest model of the XL series. The huge dimensions allow the processing of big-size materials. The high acceleration of the optical head releasing the laser beam assures best efficiency even on this table size.
Specialist for laser systems for cutting, engraving and marking
By specialising in CO2 laser systems for cutting of nonmetals, the Lüneburg-based company eurolaser GmbH has firmly established itself on the world market.
The core markets for the laser systems include acrylic manufacturing companies that produce displays, signs and labels. Besides, the cutting of plastic films represents also a big market. Here, especially the automotive industry, front panels for domestic appliances and membrane switches play a major role. In recent years, a trend in the use of laser cutting systems can be seen.
The major advantage of the tool ‘laser’ is the contactless processing. The work piece must no longer be clamped, be fixed or be aligned on stops, as is required with conventional processing methods. Thus, the work preparation goes to zero. Furthermore, there are no annoying chips and the surface will not be damaged or dirty. A closed CO2 laser, such as eurolaser is using in its systems, is also maintenance-free, which is reflected in the low downtimes of the machine, thus enabling cost-effective production.
The modular design of the laser systems makes it possible for the user to utilise up to two mechanical tools parallel to the laser. Customers can avail of the entire high quality tool range produced by Zünd Systemtechnik AG of Switzerland. In addition to milling tools, countless knives and scoring, marking and stamping tools are available. Thus, the advantages of different processing methods can ideally be combined - all on a single machine. A processing machine with unique versatile variations. With this modular principle, eurolaser opens new horizons for its customers regarding manufacturing.