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Laser System Users Report Productivity Gains

LASERDYNE 606D is precision drilling holes in the front workstation while cutting part features in the rear workstation. Both processes are done simultaneously.

Early users of the 606D are reporting up to three times better than expected productivity.

Prima Power Laserdyne has reported that users of the LASERDYNE 606D are reporting up to three times the throughput of previous systems. "Users of the LASERDYNE 606D, which was first publicly demonstrated at IMTS 2016, are reporting better than expected productivity gains which they attribute to the system's high dynamic performance and advanced fiber laser control," said a company spokesperson.

"We were pleasantly surprised to hear that LASERDYNE 606D laser system users are reporting consistent productivity gains of up to three times when processing similar parts on their 606D machine versus their older machines," reported Terry VanderWert, President of Prima Power Laserdyne. "While the processes are often proprietary and will not be disclosed, the results are real and setting a new productivity level for laser processing."

The 606D system is composed of two completely independent laser machines within a single unitized structure. A main design goal of the system was to maximize throughput per unit of manufacturing floor space. One of the ways that it accomplishes this is to incorporate two completely independent laser machines within a single unitized structure.

The throughput goal also is accomplished through a machine design that gives high performance and takes full advantage of the capabilities of high power QCW fiber lasers.

In addition, the two LASERDYNE S94P controllers provide integrated control of the laser, motion, process gases and process sensors in both workstations, providing smart solutions for cutting, welding and drilling.

Finally, the two integrated machines located next to each other where a single person most often operates them also enhance productivity.

"The LASERDYNE 606D provides faster, more flexible ways to use laser processing and, in combination with LASERDYNE SmartTechniques, helps manufacturers get the most from the latest high power QCW fiber lasers," said VanderWert. "The system helps them achieve ever more demanding manufacturing goals by encouraging users to go beyond their earliest expectations for the system."

For more information contact:

Prima Power Laserdyne

8600 109th Avenue North, #400

Champlin, Minnesota 55316


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