Amada Miyachi America intros laser processing workstation

The WL-300A laser processing workstation is configured for nanosecond pulsed fiber laser applications.

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The WL-300A laser processing workstation from Amada Miyachi America (Monrovia, CA) is configured for nanosecond pulsed fiber laser applications. The workstation is a larger version of the LMWS laser marker workstation that is designed to accommodate larger parts.

The workstation includes the company's LMF fiber laser (1070 W), and is available in benchtop or floor-standing options. Standard options available include an XY table, rotary stage, cover gas module, fume extraction, bar code reader, and camera systems to tailor the machines to the specific process.

The WL-300A can handle a wide variety of mark types. Though primarily designed for laser marking and engraving applications, the laser source can also be used for welding and cutting thin metals up to 250 µm.

For more information, please visit amadamiyachi.com.


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