Our combination laser machines allow us to perform laser cutting and punching with tools. Cuts, threads, embossments and other shapes can all be made in the same machine that does the laser cutting, making for an efficient and fast production process. The latest machine also unloads via pickup robots.
We can perform laser cutting on materials starting from:
- about 0.4 mm up to 10 mm in steel
- 5 mm in aluminium
- 5 mm in stainless steel./li>
Laser cutting sheet metal is an excellent method of extracting details from a blank sheet. It gives great freedom to produce the shape and pattern you desire. The beam that cuts is quite thin, about 0.1–0.2 mm. The thickness of material that can be cut and the end result of the procedure are determined by the machine’s performance, the cutting speed, the quality of the material, the conditions of the cutting machine, and also the operator’s skill and experience when it comes to configuring all the different parameters needed for the operation.
Efficient sheet metal processing is always a combination of good machines and experienced operators.
COMBINATION LASER/PUNCH MACHINE
The machine combines the two operations: you have a laser device that cuts out the sheet while the punching machine forms various details, such as threads, bumps, collars, recesses, bridges, embossings, etc. You can also make bends, grooves, and other markings (e.g. with numbers).
Plåt & Mekano Romator offers this laser cutting service for sheet metal.
Facts about laser cutting at P&M Romator:
- 20 years of experience in laser cutting and sheet metal punching with our combination machines
- Unique experience using combination machines for production
- 2 combination machines: punch and laser
- Power: 2 kW
- Source: CO2
- Gases: nitrogen, oxygen, air v
- Nitrogen is spliced in its own nitrogen generator, making for cost-effective production Can accept sheet metal of thickness between approximately:
- Plain steel: 0.5 mm to 10 mm
- Stainless steel: 0.5 to 6 mm
- Aluminium: 0.5 to 5 mm
- Pick-up robot for loading onto the conveyor belt