eurolaser GmbH

Borsigstr. 18 , 21339 Lüneburg
Germany

Telephone +49 4131 9697500
Fax +49 4131 9697555
sales@eurolaser.com

Trade fair hall

  • Hall 3 / F25
 Interactive Plan

Hall map

K 2016 hall map (Hall 3): stand F25

Fairground map

K 2016 fairground map: Hall 3

Our range of products

Product categories

  • 01  Raw materials, auxiliaries
  • 01.01  Thermoplastics
  • 01.01.003  Acrylic glass (s. PMMA)

Acrylic glass (s. PMMA)

  • 01  Raw materials, auxiliaries
  • 01.01  Thermoplastics
  • 01.01.010  Bioplastics
  • 01.01.010.08  Polyesters

Polyesters

  • 01  Raw materials, auxiliaries
  • 01.01  Thermoplastics
  • 01.01.066  Polycarbonate (PC)

Polycarbonate (PC)

  • 01  Raw materials, auxiliaries
  • 01.06  Synthetic fibres, bristels, tapes
  • 01.06.002  Aramide fibres

Aramide fibres

  • 02  Semi-finished products,parts and reinforced plastics
  • 02.02  Follow on treatment of plastics products
  • 02.02.004  Type printing

Type printing

  • 02  Semi-finished products,parts and reinforced plastics
  • 02.04  Product groups
  • 02.04.002  Films

Films

  • 02  Semi-finished products,parts and reinforced plastics
  • 02.05  Products
  • 02.05.068  Technical films

Technical films

  • 03  Machinery and equipment for the plastics and rubber industries
  • 03.02  Machinery and plant for processing
  • 03.02.010  Machines and equipment for additive manufacturing (3D printing)
  • 03.02.010.01  Machines and equipment for rapid prototyping

Machines and equipment for rapid prototyping

  • 03  Machinery and equipment for the plastics and rubber industries
  • 03.03  Post processing machines and downstream equipment
  • 03.03.004  Cutting machines

Cutting machines

  • 03  Machinery and equipment for the plastics and rubber industries
  • 03.03  Post processing machines and downstream equipment
  • 03.03.009  Milling machines

Milling machines

  • 03  Machinery and equipment for the plastics and rubber industries
  • 03.04  Machinery and plant for finishing, decorating, printing and marking
  • 03.04.002  Marking equipment

Marking equipment

Our products

Product category: Cutting machines

eurolaser XL-3200

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.

 

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Jul 12, 2016

High End Cutting Systems for Plastics

Combined treatment with CO2 laser, cutter and knife

At the plastics fair in Dusseldorf, the cutting system manufacturer eurolaser GmbH presents the enormous flexibility of its technology. Visitors are shown via live demonstration of how diverse is the range of possible uses. Films, foam, FOREX © and acrylic sheets are cut on just one cutting system, engraved and provided with labels.

Despite Laser High Tech, the classic processing methods are kept sight of at eurolaser. The modular design of the laser systems allows the operator to use up to two mechanical tools in 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. This provides the ideal opportunity to combine the advantages of different processing methods – all on just one machine. A processing machine that is uniquely versatile in its variation possibilities. This modular design principle allows eurolaser to open up completely new manufacturing horizons for its customers.

More than 20 years of experience in plastics processing

Companies that process acrylic, which often produce displays, signs and labels, are among the core markets for the laser systems. A similarly large market is the cutting of plastic films. The automotive industry, front panels for kitchen appliances and keyboard films are of major importance in this sector. In the last years, another trend in the use of laser cutting systems is to be recognised. The textile market is developing very strongly. This ranges from technical textiles such as filter media through to plush fabrics for the soft toy industry. CO2 laser systems are increasingly used across industries for cutting and engraving. In order to remain competitive and to develop new markets, numerous companies rise from conventional production methods to access the economical production with laser technology.

Process automation in production

In recent years, there has been a particularly large increase in the level of automation. Printed plastics in particular can be detected very precisely by means of an interactive, optical detection system and contoured automatically. Printed markings, as well as markings that are embroidered or glued on, can be identified. It is even possible to register clear material patterns. The laser beam is automatically positioned above the workpiece according to the data that has been captured, so that precise processing along the print contour takes place automatically.

The so-called shuttle table system enables an automatic change of table modules. The principle is simple. The material carriers can be exchanged within a matter of seconds so that the laser process can continue without any down time. The materials which have already been processed can be removed in an economical way using the material carrier which has been replaced and the table can be restocked simultaneously. This principle reduces the downtime of the cutting system during assembly, thereby increasing the efficiency by up to 75%.

This way, the sophisticated system technology enables a largely automated production process. When processing textile materials, the material is unwound directly from the roll, transported to the processing table and cut. In addition, there is often a special side effect for materials such as synthetic fibres. Due to the fact that it concentrates energy as heat, laser cutting can form a fused seam at the cutting edge if required, which prevents fraying.

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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.

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Company data

Foundation

1994

Area of business

Machinery and equipment for the plastics and rubber industries

Target groups

Plastic product manufacturing

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