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Portable Laser Module is suitable for cutting complex parts.

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Press Release Summary:

July 23, 2014 - Able to be moved via mounted casters, Delta flexEDGE consists of complete laser cutting system with onboard chilling, ventilation, and controls. Designed to replace die station, product is compatible with rotary converting or digital print finishing system and can also be used as offline system for process setup or R&D. Along with 400 W intensity, features include CO2 laser, 13 x 13 in. field of view, and diverse cutting capabilities: perforate, kiss-cut, thru-cut.

Delta Industrial Services, Inc.

11501 Eagle St. N.W., Minneapolis, MN, 55448, USA

Original Press Release

Delta Mod-Tech® Portable Laser Module Unveiled at the Delta Technology Showcase 2014

Press release date: July 21, 2014

Delta Portable Laser
Your solution for cutting complex parts

The ultimate in laser flexibility – a complete laser cutting system with onboard chilling, ventilation, and controls that can be easily moved throughout your manufacturing facility.

Delta flexEDGE was designed to take the place of a die station and is compatible with a rotary converting or digital print finishing system. It can also be used as an offline system for process setup or R&D.

The integrated chiller and ventilation system is fully enclosed in the heavy duty cabinet along with its own Delta HMI. The entire unit is mounted on casters making it completely portable.

Features:
• No maximum repeat
• No minimum repeat
• Tight Tolerance
• Intricate cuts
• Vary depth of cuts
• Variety of cuts: perforate, kiss-cut, thru-cut
• Intensity: 400 watt
• C02 Laser
• Field of view 13” x 13” World-wide service and support.

Benefits:
• Design Flexibility
• Cost Efficient
• High Quality Output
• Unlimited Design Options
• Minimal Material Waste
• High Reliability
• Low Maintenance
• One Portable Machine, Many Solutions...

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