Reinforced bed, the overall structure is welded with 100mm square tube, and undergoes vibration aging and natural aging treatment
X-axis precision screw module, Y-axis unilateral ball screw, servo motor drive, constitute the machine's transmission system
Constant Optical Path Design -- adding third and fourth mirrors (total five mirrors) and moving with the laser head to keep the optimal output optical path length constant
The CCD camera system adds an edge finding function to the machine, which has a wider range of applications
Max Cutting Speed 36,000mm/min; Max Engraving Speed 60,000mm/min
|Working Area (W * L)||1300mm * 2500mm (51” * 98.4”)|
|Laser Source||CO2 Glass Laser Tube|
|Mechanical Control System||Ball Screw & Servo Motor Drive|
|Working Table||Knife Blade or Honeycomb Working Table|
|Machine Size||3800 * 1960 * 1210mm|
|Cooling Mode||Water Cooling and Protection System|
|Working Environment||Temperature:0—45℃ Humidity:5%—95%|
A mixed laser head, also known as a metal non-metallic laser cutting head, is a very important part of the metal & non-metal combined laser cutting machine. With this professional laser head, you can cut both metal and non-metal materials. There is a Z-Axis transmission part of the laser head that moves up and down to track the focus position. Its double drawer structure enables you to put two different focus lenses to cut the materials of different thicknesses without adjustment of focus distance or beam alignment. It increases cutting flexibility and makes the operation very easy. You can use different assist gas for different cutting jobs.
It is mainly used for metal cutting. You may need to set a certain focus distance in the software when the cutting material is not flat or with different thickness. Then the laser head will automatically go up and down, keeping the same height & focus distance to match with what you set inside the software to achieve a consistently high cutting quality.
The Ball Screw is a high-efficiency method of converting rotary motion to linear motion by using a recirculating ball mechanism between the screw shaft and the nut. Compared with a conventional sliding screw, the ball screw requires a driving torque of one-third or less, making it ideal for saving drive motor power. By equipping Ball Screw Module on MimoWork Flatbed Laser Cutter, it offers significantly improvement on efficiency, precision, and accuracy.
A servomotor is a closed-loop servomechanism that uses position feedback to control its motion and final position. The input to its control is a signal (either analog or digital) representing the position commanded for the output shaft. The motor is paired with some type of position encoder to provide position and speed feedback. In the simplest case, only the position is measured. The measured position of the output is compared to the command position, the external input to the controller. If the output position differs from that required, an error signal is generated which then causes the motor to rotate in either direction, as needed to bring the output shaft to the appropriate position. As the positions approach, the error signal reduces to zero, and the motor stops. Servo motors ensure higher speed and higher precision of the laser cutting and engraving.
Burr-free cutting edge profit from thermal treatment and powerful laser beam
No shavings – thus, easy cleaning up after processing
No limitation on shape, size, and pattern realizes flexible customization
Laser engraving and cutting can be realized in single processing
Stress-free and contactless cutting avoid metal fracture and breakage with proper power
Multi-axis flexible cutting and engraving in multi-direction results to diverse shapes and complex patterns
Smooth and burr-free surface and edge eliminate secondary finishing, meaning short workflow with quick response