LaserMat II


Machine Information


The LaserMat® II is the technology leader in CO2 cutting systems for cutting large format steel plates. The laser resonator sits on the machine and travels with it in the longitudinal axis. This enables large working areas while maintaining a constant length of the laser beam path and thus consistent cutting parameters over the entire operating area. Perfect for simple vertical cuts, bevel cuts, and marking.

The LaserMat® II excels in high positioning speeds and accuracy because of its rigid construction and linear guides. It also makes it possible to process plates 4.8′ to 39.4′ (3m x 12m) in one operation.

With working widths of over 13.12′ (4 m) and bed lengths up to more than 164′ (50 m), for large plates. The CNC controlled laser processing system offers high part accuracy due to linear guides for longitudinal and transverse motion. The laser beam is guided in the transverse direction via moving mirrors with 100% beam path length ensures high processes quality. The color camera which is placed over the cutting head makes it easy to see on the control panel.

In contrast to a fiber laser system, with a CO2 laser a full enclosure is not necessary. The on-board laser beam protection hood guarantees laser safety and makes access for loading and unloading during the cutting operation.

Key Features:

  • Simultaneous speeds up to 140 m/min.
  • Positioning accuracy +/- 0, 1mm.
  • Central control console with process observation.
  • Beam path length compensation for consistent cutting results over the entire operating area.
  • SureStop Collision Sensor to protect the cutting head.
  • Bevel cutting up to 50° (optional).
  • Marking tools:  Inkjet (optional), Laser marking (standard).
  • Working widths of over 13.12′ (4 m) and table lengths up to 164′ (50 m).
  • High component accuracy thanks to linear guides for longitudinal and transverse motion.
  • Acceleration up to 0.4 g.
  • Rotating bevel unit.
  • High force deployment during acceleration.
  • Technology database.
  • Macro nesting.
  • Plate alignment (optional).