Key data

  • Any material, up to 5 mm thick (depending on process, tolerance, and material)
  • Positioning precision: 0.0025 mm
  • Cutting precision: ± 0.01 mm (depending on material and thickness)
  • Surface quality: up to N6 (Ra 0.8 μm)
  • Maximum workpiece dimensions: 1000 x 600 mm
  • Web widths down to 0.2 mm
  • Jet / beam diameter: 0.3 (waterjet) / 0.05 (laser)

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Desta GmbH & Co. KG

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D-73630 Remshalden-Geradstetten

Telefon: +49 (0)7151 27668-0

info@desta-microcut.de

 

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Advantages of laser fine machining

The modular machine concept, with three to five CNC axes, supports very flexible application in the highly dynamic precision cutting of fine machined components, in both 2D and 3D.

Sample applications includes the watchmaking, punching, electronics, and medical industries, with the manufacture of fine machined components up to 2 mm material thickness and a minimum laser cut width of 20 μm. Prototypes and series components for punched parts, such as stencils, and machine components, watchworks components, medical implants, and spinnerets for textile fibers are already being produced on our machines.

Highlights

  • Laser fine machining of thin sheet metal (<= 2 mm material thickness), tubes, and 3D components
  • Laser cut width down to 20 μm
  • Linear drives with > 1g acceleration
  • Highly dynamic torque motors on both rotary axes (B and C-axis)
  • High dimensional precision, better than 10 μm
  • Automatic distance sensing to compensate for material variability
  • Laser source: pulsed Nd:YAG (300 W)
  • Laser drilling of turbine blades