Laserdyne receives order for fiber laser system from China

Prima Power Laserdyne, precision multi-axis laser machining systems maker, has finalized an order with Chaoyu Technology Co., Ltd. of Beijing, China, for its new six-axis 430BD fiber laser system.

Champlin, MN - Prima Power Laserdyne, precision multi-axis laser machining systems maker, has finalized an order with Chaoyu Technology Co., Ltd. of Beijing, China, for its new six-axis 430BD fiber laser system.

Founded in 1957, Chaoyu Technology designs and manufactures precision micro-electrical components used in a wide range of industries, including communication assemblies and electronic applications. The newly acquired Laserdyne 430 will be used by the company to precision-weld, -drill, and -cut two- and three-dimensional (2D and 3D) stainless steel micro-electrical components. It will augment the company's existing welding capabilities that include a 60W quasi continuous-wave (QCW) fiber laser used for welding.

Terry VanderWert, president of Prima Power Laserdyne, said, "This is the first order for the new 430 system from a China-based customer in a market that has long been served with other Laserdyne multi-axis systems. Laserdyne was one of the first system providers to offer fiber laser technology to our customers. We have found it initially very effective not only for precision cutting, but also for welding and drilling.”

The 430BD is a six-axis system designed for precision cutting, welding, and drilling 2D and 3D components. The system operates at speeds up to 800 in./min in the x, y, and z axes with bi-directional accuracy of 0.0005 in., enabling use in laser processing of a broad range of Chaoyu Technology's components.

For more information, please contact lds.sales@primapower.com.

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