Prima Power Laserdyne announces introduction of the LASERDYNE 795 XLZ system. This system has a 72-inch (1.83 m) extended Z axis, 80- inch (2 m) X axis, 40-inch (1 m) Y axis, and the latest BeamDirector3 (BD3) rotary-tilt laser beam positioning head.
The 795 XLZ system is designed to drill, cut and weld medium to large volume 3D parts with a minimum of setups helping to insure better part accuracy with a reduction in total cycle time. It has a unique moving beam motion system and includes a full complement of LASERDYNE hardware and software features. It is the first and only standard multi-axis laser system guaranteeing volumetric accuracy within this large volume.
The 795XLZ is designed for aerospace, turbine engine and contract manufacturing companies that require flexibility of motion and tight tolerances when laser processing. Applications include hole drilling in combustion liners, hydroformed exhaust and heat shield components, nozzle guide vanes and blades; trimming of stamped and spun parts and producing shaped holes for land-based and aero turbine components.
The 795 XLZ combines tested and trusted LASERDYNE motion and process control capabilities. For many applications, the beam quality and flexibility of a fiber laser system is proving to be a benefit. With higher velocity and acceleration, the third generation BD3 has the exclusive LASERDYNE contouring head design with C (rotary) axis travel of + 240 – 660 degrees, and D (tilt) axis travel of + 60 – 240 degrees. Among its many new features for improved accuracy and repeatability are: higher assist gas air-flow, enhanced optical encoders, an adjustable mirror design for easy and accurate beam alignment, and cassette mounted lens and cover slides for quick, accurate changeover.
The system also includes the LASERDYNE S94P control, which includes a full complement of standard hardware and software features.
Accuracy of the new 795 XLS system is certified to ISO 230-1:1996 and 230-2:2006 in accordance with Prima Power Laserdyne standard accuracy and repeatability test procedures. The BeamDirector3 laser-contouring head continues to have an industry leading five-year warranty for crash related incidents.
Prima Power Laserdyne
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