Ventilation ducts made of technical textiles

Stress-free perforating, cutting and marking

The use of ducts made of technical textiles is becoming more common in modern air distribution systems. The round, semi- or quarter-round textile ducts are used to feed in and distribute cooled and heated air. The CO2 laser is setting new standards especially where the exact cutting and perforating of these technical textiles is concerned.

Smooth cut edges with no fraying
Smooth cut edges with no fraying
Perforation with sealed inner edges
Perforation with sealed inner edges
Conveyor system for automatic material feed
Conveyor system for automatic material feed

Benefits of laser processing:

  • Fast perforation and cutting with maximum accuracy
  • Automatic welding of the cut edges prevents fraying
  • No tool wear - no long-term loss of quality
  • High level of precision and repeat accuracy
  • Options for automation such as conveyor and feed systems
  • Marking systems in different versions
  • Camera recognition for exact positioning
Conveyor system

 

With eurolaser cutting systems the technical textiles can be processed quickly with maximum precision as well as individually for every ventilation project.

 

With eurolaser cutting systems the technical textiles can be processed quickly with maximum precision as well as individually for every ventilation project.

1. Contactless laser cutting
1. Contactless laser cutting
2. Accurate perforation
2. Accurate perforation
3. Individual marking for further processing
3. Individual marking for further processing
KE Fibertec

Case Study: KE Fibertec is a specialist in the production of high-quality ventilation systems. KE Fibertec uses eurolaser equipment for processing the textile ducts. The individual parts are not only laser cut but also printed and have labels applied in a single work step.

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