MBA to supply fiber laser cutting system to stainless steel specialist
The fiber laser cutting system will replace two carbon-dioxide laser cutting machines.
Laser cutting and metal fabrication equipment supplier MBA Engineering (Wetherby, Yorkshire, England) will provide a UK-based global leader in stainless steel with a custom Kimla (Częstochowa, Poland) fiber laser system. This system will replace two carbon-dioxide (CO2) laser cutting machines, streamlining the manufacturer's laser cutting processes.
After utilizing its CO2 lasers for more than 15 years, the stainless steel specialist identified a requirement to update its metal cutting function, to increase its production capabilities, reduce running costs, and free up valuable factory floor space. The 6 × 2 m Kimla fiber laser cutting equipment comes complete with a automation system, with the client team being directly involved in the design of the machinery.
"This client is one of the biggest names in stainless steel, so we're immensely proud to provide the company with a precision, cost-effective fiber laser solution," says Bradley McBain, managing director at MBA Engineering.
Established in 2009, MBA Engineering is the exclusive distributor of Kimla fiber laser cutting equipment in the UK.