Laser Cutter System 2XL-3200
- big is not big enough!
The laser cutter system 2XL-3200 is one of the biggest in the cutter series of eurolaser. The processing area is 2,740 x 3,200 mm (107.9" x 126"), allowing to precisely cut and engrave large materials. The contactless laser cutting does not cause any bulges in the material and guarantees filigree cuts right from the beginning.
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Technical specifications of the Laser Cutter System 2XL-3200:
Working area (w x l):
2,740 mm x 3,200 mm (107.8" x 126.0")
The Laser Cutter System 2XL-3200 is also available with Conveyor System for textiles processing.
Which options do we offer you?
Cutting and engraving with laser technology by eurolaser
The modular design enables eurolaser systems to be specially configured to suit every requirement. We analyze your requirements and configure the laser system individually for you. The usage of eurolaser laser machines enables you to process a wide range of materials, such as cutting of plastics, foams, textiles,
adhesive foils, wood, acrylic, composite materials and much more. We are pleased to run a cutting test in our Application Center by using your individual material. Subsequently, you will receive a detailed test report in order to identify how your material was cut and engraved with our laser machines.
Automated processes for your laser machine
Higher productivity, more economical working - save time and money
By using this automatic material feed, textiles can be fed for laser cutting directly from the roll and routed after laser cutting directly to a table extension. With a high degree of connecting accuracy after a material feed cycle, sections, which for all practical purposes are endless, can be produced.
The bale material is fed via an automatic feeding unit. An feeding system edge controller ensures accurate positioning of the material. There is even an option to add a winding unit to the Conveyor System. This is used for the even winding of previously processed textiles and this accordingly results in a completely automated cutting process.