TITLE

Laser cutter uses water-jet guidance

AUTHOR(S)
Mraz, Stephen J.
PUB. DATE
December 2004
SOURCE
Machine Design;12/9/2004, Vol. 76 Issue 23, p68
SOURCE TYPE
Trade Publication
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Features the Laser-Microjet laser beam cutting equipment from Ecubens, Switzerland-based Synova SA. Materials that can be cut with the use of the product; Reason behind the need to use a stream of low-pressure water in the laser-cutting beams emitted by the product.
ACCESSION #
15270076

 

Related Articles

  • Further Cuts. C. H. // Remodeling;Oct2013, Vol. 29 Issue 10, p48 

    The article recommends the laser and water-jet cutting methods for reproducing materials in home remodeling projects.

  • Water Jet Guided Laser Cutting of High Temperature Superconductors. Heilmann, Eva-Maria; Kowalski, Thomas; Teigelkötter, J.; Hellmann, Ralf // Journal of Laser Micro / Nanoengineering;2013, Vol. 8 Issue 1, p70 

    In order to reduce their hysteresis losses, water jet guided laser cutting is applied to process 55μm thin high temperature superconducting tapes. A 100W fiber coupled 532nm pulsed diode pumped solid state laser is employed in conjunction with a water jet guided cutting system to minimize the...

  • Dealing with low water pressure.  // Builders Merchants Journal;Sep2010, p31 

    The article focuses on the problem of low water pressure and the various ways in which it could be addressed. Some of the major reasons include using water at the same time, smaller pipes or the poor condition of water pipes. The low pressure could also happen due to pressure reduction by water...

  • Medium-power laser manline tool increases job shop throughput. Gragg, Lester; Linthicum, Rick; Gaebler, Frank // Industrial Laser Solutions;Sep/Oct2012, Vol. 27 Issue 5, p28 

    The article reports on how the Coherent Metabeam 400 has enabled Advanced Laser & Waterjet Cutting to expand its business. The laser manline tool was used by the company to economically cut thin metals, etch metals and plastics, and process a wide range of organic materials. It served as a...

  • Why Not Start With Waterjet? ZELINSKI, PETER // Modern Machine Shop;Jan2014, Vol. 86 Issue 8, p84 

    The article focuses on the benefits of using abrasive waterjet cutting in machining titanium, according to David Kvasnicka, regional manager for the Chicago, Illinois-based abrasive waterjet machine tool maker Omax. It cites the advantages of adding waterjet machining to the process on...

  • Parameterized Modeling of Star Patterns for Traditional Latticed Screens.  // International Journal of Computer Applications;Dec2010, Vol. 11, p28 

    The article presents a study that aims to innovate with new interpretations of star patterns for latticed screens. The study uses traditional latticed screens with Islamic star patterns as a fundamental resource to archive decorative effects. It shows that the proposed modeler is capable of...

  • DOUBLING UP. WRIGHT, NICK // FFJournal;Dec2012, Vol. 9 Issue 10, p22 

    The article focuses on the efforts of Nema Enclosures Manufacturing LLC to improve its facilities by making use of Mazak STX of Capitol Machine, Tampa, Florida. Nema Enclosures fabricates custom metal electrical enclosures in its facilities. A SuperTurbo-X champion 510 laser cutter from Mazak...

  • COMPARISON OF SURFACE ROUGHNESS QUALITY CREATED BY ABRASIVE WATER JET AND CO2 LASER BEAM CUTTING. Zeleňák, Michal; Valíček, Jan; Klich, Jiří; Židková, Petra // Tehnicki vjesnik / Technical Gazette;Jul-Sep2012, Vol. 19 Issue 3, p481 

    This paper deals with an evaluation of the surface roughness quality created by abrasive water jet and by CO2 laser, in terms of influence of the selected technological parameters on the final quality of machined surfaces. The main objective of these experimental studies was to consider the use...

  • Plasma gear manufacturing thermal aspects. Mascenik, Jozef; Pavlenko, Slavko; Bicejova, Luba // Advanced Materials Research;2014, Vol. 1061/1062, p592 

    The goal of the submitted paper is to provide information on gear production by means of non-conventional technology to rise production effectiveness. The work is aimed to innovative methods at production of spurs by means of assisting non-conventional technology of laser, plasma and water jet...

Share

Read the Article

Courtesy of NEW JERSEY STATE LIBRARY

Sorry, but this item is not currently available from your library.

Try another library?
Sign out of this library

Other Topics