What are the advantages of the Conveyor System?
- An increase in productivity thanks to loading and unloading during the cutting process
- Workpiece removal during the cutting process at the collecting table possible
- The material feed is stretching-free
- Accurate placement of the workpiece through automatic edge control with the Feeding Unit
- Optional camera recognition system for automated processing
- Optional marking systems (e. g. Ink Marker)
- Processing of very large formats by edgeless continuation of cuts possible
1. Feeding Unit
The feeding unit is another optional feature for the conveyor, allowing further automation of textile and foil laser processing. The material is forwarded from the coil to the laser system where it is cut or engraved. The automatic edge control of the feeding unit ensures a constant material alignment and thus continuously precise high quality cuts – meter by meter. The material feed is stretching-free, and the contactless laser processing leads to excellent results.
2. Marking solutions + Label Module
Expand the usage areas of the laser system by combining the eurolaser Label and Ink Printer Module options. Label individual parts and subsequently print the label with serial numbers or barcodes.
3. Table extension
The extended table enables the operator to unload the already processed material from the laser system during operation. The conveyor automatically transports the material to the end of the table. The table extension also brings the advantage that the operator can unload the processed parts from three sides of the table and by this the flexibility in the production process is increased.
Collect left-over material directly in a moving catchment device at the end of the table extension.
5. Winding Unit
The winder is used to evenly wind pre-processed flexible materials such as textiles. Cutting takes place in advance on the conveyor. To obtain reasonable winding results, it may be necessary to include retaining bridges at the edges of the cut-out shapes to keep them together with the edge material when rewinding. The product can then be appropriately wound until it reaches a specified maximum bale weight.