High-performance fiber lasers have a modular design. In a Fiber laser module, a number of laser diodes “pump” the “active fiber” and thus generate a laser beam. Individual Fiber laser modules are grouped together and the combined laser beam is then guided via a flexible fiber optic cable – the feeding fiber – from the laser source to the processing head of the laser cutting system.
Give your electricity meter a break.
Up to 50% efficiency!
MIRACLE OF EFFICIENCY
Owing to the high conversion efficiency of the Fiber laser, you can slash your electricity bill. The energy efficiency achieves values of between 40 and 50% – exceptional for laser technology.
CUTTING OPERATING COSTS WITH ENERGY-SAVING
Control and drive units Energy savings have been achieved with perfectly matched Mitsubishi Electric control and drive units.
During idling, the intelligent ECO mode switches step-by-step into standby. In standby mode, costs can thus be cut by up to 70%. Reactivation of the laser system takes approx. one minute.
From thin to thick and back again?
Faster than a pit stop!
THE ZOOM HEAD – ADJUSTMENT IN RECORD TIME
Anyone constantly switching between sheet material of different thicknesses wants to resume cutting as quickly as possible – and without compromising on cutting quality. The Zoom Head developed by Mitsubishi Electric delivers speed and flexibility – for many years to come.
The optics are hermetically sealed to protect them from contamination during the rough and tumble of everyday operations. The only thing you notice is that everything runs smoothly.
Monitoring alone is not an assurance
of dependable production. But our Hot-Reserve is.
HAS A FIBER LASER MODULE FAILED? HAS THE MACHINE STOPPED RUNNING? NOT WITH THE HOT-RESERVE!
In normal operation the laser modules are operated at up to 80 % of maximum possible power. Should a laser module ever fail, the nominal laser power can still be achieved by raising the power of the remaining modules accordingly.
The New GX-F Series
ARE YOU READY FOR THE FUTURE OF LASER PROCESSING?