EVS Metal acquires Amada laser cutting system

Metal job shop EVS Metal has added an Amada laser cutting system with rotary index to their Keene, NH facility.

EVS Metal (Riverdale, NJ), a metal fabrication, machining, and finishing shop, has added an Amada laser cutting system with rotary index to their Keene, NH facility. This integrated cutting unit offers an expanded process range and high-speed cutting head, so the system is a welcome acquisition to an already-impressive lineup of machines available at EVS's Keene operation.

EVS Metal chose this system to achieve the exact, detailed cuts required for the large number of frames that are requested by customers. The Amada laser cutting machine consistently produces a high level of accuracy for several reasons: the rotary index gives it the power and speed to efficiently cut even thick materials easily, including a significantly wider variety of tubing. Because of the location of cutting head (close to the chuck), the dead zone is minimized, allowing even bowed pipe or tube to be precisely cut from end to end without the use of vibration. It is capable of processing almost any shape, from round or square to C-channel and angle iron, and when utilized in concert with the included Dr. AbeTube software, even fabricating complex tubular structures for welding is simplified.

EVS now stands ready to take on most any type of complex, high-precision cutting and machining project, from prototype to production run, efficiently and cost-effectively.

EVS Metal has additional facilities in Pflugerville, TX, and East Stroudsburg, PA. For more information, please visit www.evsmetal.com.

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