COLUMBUS, Ohio (CitizenWire) — It practically works at the speed of light. Laserflex Inc. announced this week the release of its all new Adige LT8 tube laser cutting system – it’s fast, accurate and efficient and will add quality to the process and end-product.
The Adige LT8 Tube Laser excels in having the greatest flexibility, quality and precision cutting on a tube diameter range from .472 to 8.66 inches and a bar weight up to 23.5 pounds per feet.
“Our laser fabrication services cater to a wide range of manufacturers in an array of industries,” says Rick Sulc, general manager for Laserflex. “And, we are now proud to be among the very few to provide the most efficient and advanced laser tube processing equipment in the region.”
Laser processing can reduce manufacturing cost by eliminating manufacturing sequences. Laser tube processing can drill, bevel, miter and cut-to-length in one operation. Part geometry is determined by the laser path which is computer numerically controlled (CNC), thereby eliminating the need for high-capital expenditure dies, tooling or stamping presses. And, because no hard tooling is required, both high and low volumes are economically justifiable when using this equipment.
Markets that will benefit from tube laser-cutting systems include: home and hospital equipment; industrial lifting equipment; motor homes; truck accessories; health and fitness equipment; construction scaffolding; agricultural equipment; store fixtures; and much more.
From simple cutting and joining to metal fabrication, prototype development, and reverse engineering, Laserflex has the experience and ability to get the job done right, on time and within budget.
The company’s Computer Integrated Manufacturing and Management system (CIMM) provides immediate access to every job in process and each completed project.
Laserflex is a precision metal fabricator that uses technology to provide full service laser cutting services for industrial laser cutting, forming, welding, machining and finishing needs. It has two strategic locations: Columbus, Ohio; and Duncan, South Carolina.
The company has a reputation for advanced technical knowledge and experience in metal cutting and joining. It operates an efficient production shop that features the latest in laser-cutting technology. Using a team concept, it aligns technology, experience and a serious commitment to service.
For more information and to watch a video of this new product in action, visit: www.laserflex-inc.com .
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