CO₂ cutting and marking laser
The advantages offered by laser technology include the fact that the processed materials are not physically touched during the cutting cycle, allowing even breathing materials to be cut with high speed and extreme precision. The heat generated by the laser beam sears the fabric, thus preventing it from fraying – another significant advantage of this technology. Laser is suitable for an infinite variety of patterns on a wide range of fabrics and materials: from straight lines to curves, from extremely complex patterns to holes with an extremely small diameter (0,5 mm). Laser even creates kiss-cuts and die cuts.
Allows for high cutting speeds on a wide range of fabrics and materials. Relatively inexpensive to purchase and maintain. Extension range of the blade and cutting pressure can be adjusted according to thickness and characteristics of the cut material. Delivers high precision work. Suitable for straight cuts, curves, very complex shapes and holes with very small diameters.
A non-motorized, freely moving blade that allows for very high cutting speeds. Available in various diameters according to your production requirements. Extension of the blade and cutting pressure are adjusted according to the thickness of the cut material. Highly efficient, cost-effective tool for single-ply cutting of specialty fabrics and composites such as carbon and glass fiber.
Ultrasonic cutting head
The heat generated by the ultrasonic vibrations sears the fabric during the cut and prevents the edges from fraying. The tool exerts great pressure on the material and is used for straight cuts in X or Y direction (along the axes of the machine). The ultrasonic cutting head is most efficient in combination with the pressing bars that secure the fabric on the work top during the cut. Ultrasonic cutting is typically used on acrylic, polyester, and PVC coated fiber glass (Screen).
Motorized rotating punching tool
Originally developed to punch holes in heavy leather, its motorized, rotating motion allows this tool to process heavy fabrics and materials such as industrial conveyor belts or heavy PVC. Creates holes with a very small diameter at a very high speed.
Makes a pre-fold or linear mark in the material or fabric by pressing into the surface without actually making a cut. Available in various diameters, the design of the wheel surface can be customized according to the processed fabric or the required shape of the crease.
A very cost effective accessory that holds a conventional ballpoint, a felt-tip pen, or any other type of marker. Moves over the fabric following CAD patterns. Will make reference marks, draw lines, curves, circles or even highly complex shapes, letters and numbers.
Laser pointer for the dynamic zero point
By moving a laser dot over the cutting frame with the joystick on the control panel the operator can choose a new ZERO point: the X-Y coordinates on the cutting frame where the machine starts its cutting cycle. This is an important tool when processed materials are not of the same quality everywhere (as is often the case with natural materials such as leather) and further increases the versatility of the machine by making it suitable to process leftovers that would otherwise be discarded.