Press Release Summary:
Ranging in size from desktop to medium table size, L-Series Machines include water circulation system, exhaust blower, and air assist compressor. Basic configuration offers laser capacity of 40-80 W, engraving and cutting area of 12 x 8 in., and accepts all major graphics formats via USB connection. Larger systems with table size of 48 x 32 in. provide unlimited length material pass through.
Original Press Release:
World Laser Introduces a Low Cost Line of Laser Cutting and Engraving
The World Lasers L-Series is a family of laser engraver and laser cutter machines ranging in size from desk-top to medium table size for low-budget cutting and engraving.
Its basic configuration, with laser capacity of 40 watts to 80 watts, engraving and cutting area of 12 inch by 8 inch and accepts all major graphics formats via USB connection, starts at $4,995. Larger systems with table size of 48" wide by 32" deep with unlimited length material pass through are $24,995.
A new low-cost water circulation system, exhaust blower, and air assist compressor broaden the application of the L-Series laser cutting and engraving systems.
Users of the new L-Series laser engravers and cutters range from scientists and engineers to small manufacturing and distribution firms. Retailers and others in the graphics arts industry, will use the L-Series for automatic customization and engraving. Small manufacturers, such as collectable makers and model makers will use the laser cutter for performing short-run production cutting of parts. Large manufacturers, such as automotive component suppliers, military, and medical manufacturers are expected to employ the L-Series for design and prototyping needs.
More than 50 different application areas have been prepared by World Lasers for industries such as plastics, awards and gifts, and design engineering. Two laser parameter packages for research applications will speed up the mathematical and production quality solutions for 3D laser machining.
If the engineer wants to 3D laser machine a new plastic material, for example, he loads the materials database into his computer and compares the new plastic material with known materials. Then, he quickly enters the plastic parameters into the database and solves the 3D machining with a set of variable parameters. The solution for the parameters is a set of calibration tests he performs on his materials, then optimizes for production using 3D laser machining.
The programs prepared by World Lasers are available to L-Series customers for a minimal charge.