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Fiber Laser Delivers Faster Performance



Cincinnati Incorporated (CI), a provider of built-to-order machine tools in North America, has introduced its CL-960 fiber laser. The CL-960 Fiber Laser introduces a clean new look with air assist cutting capabilities. In many instances air can be a cost-effective assist gas alternative to nitrogen or oxygen.

Engineered for manufacturers requiring fiber laser precision and speed, the CL-960 processes thin material faster with the capability of cutting up to 3/4" thick steel. Air assist cutting and linear drive motors boost productivity. With its Human Machine Interface (HMI) and user-friendly touchscreen controls, the intuitive CL-960 allows operators of all levels to maximize the machine's advanced laser cutting capabilities.

Additional features of the CL-960 include:

  • 6,000 W light source
  • Dual pallet configuration
  • Fiber resonator technology
  • Flexible glass fiber beam delivery
  • 5' x 10', 6' x 12', 8' x 20' table sizes
  • Interfaces with modular material handling system.

"In addition to high precision, the CL-960 Fiber Laser leverages air assist cutting technology. Substituting air as an assist gas in place of nitrogen has two key advantages: lower operating costs and higher cutting speeds," said Cincinnati Incorporated Product Manager, Todd Kirchoff.

For more information contact:

Cincinnati Incorporated

7420 Kilby Road

Harrison, OH 45030-8915

513-367-7100

info@e-ci.com

www.e-ci.com

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