Mitsubishi increases laser cutting power

Wood Dale, Illinois – Mitsubishi Laser has introduced a higher wattage 4.5 kW resonator for all 2D lasers, replacing the formerly standard 4.0 kW resonator. This power upgrade will increase output.

Feb 15th, 2011
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Wood Dale, Illinois – Mitsubishi Laser has introduced a higher wattage 4.5 kW resonator for all 2D lasers, replacing the formerly standard 4.0 kW resonator. This power upgrade will increase output, keeping customers productive and profitable.

The Mitsubishi cross-flow resonator technology reduces rise time/fall time of square wave pulse, enabling more consistent beam power during the cutting process and delivers a brilliant and consistent edge quality. Additionally, the uniform low current discharge provides low-power stability for improved micromachining and etching.

Mitsubishi’s patented three-axis, cross-flow resonator technology is simple, eliminating from its design the expensive quartz glass tubes and turbo blower systems. This simplification not only optimizes cutting power; it requires 2 to5 times less maintenance than other designs, enabling a low cost of operation and ownership.

For more information, contact MC Machinery Systems Inc.

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