Multi-axis cutting

Antrobus, Terry
April 2007
Industrial Laser Solutions;Apr2007, Vol. 22 Issue 4, p24
The article focuses on the implementation of multi-axis simultaneous laser cutting machinery in the automotive industry. The machine was established for the use of the aerospace and automotive engineering sector which now became the standard equipment for many small-to medium-size precession and contract shops. The several global examples of their successful implementation of multi-axis programming are also presented.


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