JK Lasers adds JK500FL 500W fiber laser for high speed cutting applications

June 16, 2011
JK Lasers (part of the GSI Group), Rugby, Warwickshire, UK has added the JK500FL fiber laser to its line-up. The JK500FL benefits from 500W CW output powers, single mode beam quality, and patented back reflection protection.

JK Lasers (part of the GSI Group), Rugby, Warwickshire, UK has added the JK500FL fiber laser to its line-up. The JK500FL benefits from 500W CW output powers, single mode beam quality, and patented back reflection protection. These features enable manufacturers to process a range of materials with high accuracy, at a quicker rate.

Approximately 80% of metal cutting is for thicknesses up to 3mm. The JK500FL is well suited to address these applications, giving high cutting speeds, while maintaining a good cut quality. Similar to the other products in the JK FL range, the 500W fiber laser requires minimal maintenance and is supplied in a water-cooled, rack-mounted format, providing enhanced efficiency in the workplace.

The 500W FL has been designed to be a modular system that is fully compatible with the standard range of JK fiber laser process tools for cutting and welding, including the popular scan head system.

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